Weaving in the ends are perhaps what I don't like. And when the project is big and with different colors of yarns, even worse. I found out a tip using which the number of ends to be weaved in can be reduced.
Let's see how to do it.
This is how you start with the stitch for a Granny Square or a crochet round.
The steps to make the end weaved in starts once the magic circle is done and you start doing the stitches in the square.
Yarn over, bring the hook through the magic circle, and when you do the yarn over again, make sure that the End to be weaved in (ETBWI) is in between the yarn and the hook. Now yarn over.
Continue the stitches while keeping the ETBWI in between during the yarning over step.
Here you see the length of the ETBWI visible reducing as the stitches increase.
And finally, there is no ETBWI now. You have only the loose end remaining. Result, lot of time saved on weaving in the loose ends.