What is it about crocheter's collective hatred/fear/denial (delete as appropriate) of weaving in ends? After my last post, quite a few people responded (quite rightly) that it's best to sew in as you go, otherwise you face the devastating prospect of having to do them ALL AT ONCE. Lots of people - and I'm firmly situated in this category - consider end-sewing a sort of yarnpocalypse.
It seems odd in a way, because so many crocheters also list sewing in their interests. I enjoy sewing. My love of cross stitch at the age of 8 is probably what kick-started all this crafty stuff in the first place. And yet I find sewing in yarn ends utterly tedious. Maybe it's because there's nothing really creative involved... with crocheting, knitting or sewing you watch something grow and take shape. With sewing in, exactly the opposite happens - you're hiding the progress from yourself. That's just DULL.
Plus, you're confronted by things like this:
...which is just nightmare material really.
You'll be relieved to hear that I have started the weaving in...
...the rest are just hiding underneath ;)