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This is called a Russian join. It is used to join a new color or new ball of yarn without having to weave in ends. Amazing!!

Russian Join

Today, I'm going to give you a tutorial on the Russian Join. A Russian Join is a way to start a new ball of yarn without weaving in ends! The Russian Join is particularly helpful when: You are joining non-felting yarn (to use instead of a spit-splice) You are joining fine-weight yarn, such as fingering or lace weight You are conserving yarn - there's very little waste.Keep in mind - the yarn will be slightly thicker where the join is, and may show, depending upon your stitch pattern. So far…

How To: Jogless Colour Change For The Perfect Crochet Stripe - Tutorial #crochet #amigurumi

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Free Printable Knot Guides and Knot cards. Know how to tie the knots when you need them. GeekPrepper.org

4 Best Handy Knot Guides You Can Print & Practice Anywhere

Free Printable Knot Guides and Knot cards. Know how to tie the knots when you need them. GeekPrepper.org

No Ends to Weave In! Join Wool Seamlessly with the Felted Join!

No Ends to Weave In! Join Wool Seamlessly with the Felted Join! - Lion Brand Notebook

Whether you call it the Felted Join or the Spit Splice, this way of adding on a new ball of wool is perfect when you want to avoid having to weave in ends. A few drops of water help wool fibers bind together — the result is seamless! Please note that this method is for wool …

How to Join a New Ball of Yarn in Three Different Ways│by ThePatterfamily …

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Here at last is the long awaited tutorial that I've been promising you all. I am so delighted that my blankets have inspired many of you...

Continuous Flat Braid Join ~ a tutorial in UK terms

Here at last is the long awaited tutorial that I've been promising you all. I am so delighted that my blankets have inspired many of you to try it! Years ago I began experimenting with this joining method following the great tutorial by Priscilla Hewitt you can read it HERE This is written in US crochet terms and as a beginner, I found this an added stress that I could do without, having to remember to translate the stitches into UK terms all the time. There are of course many conversion…

Oombawka Design *Crochet*: How To Join New Yarn with a Single Crochet Stitch

How To Join with a Single Crochet Stitch

Learn how to use a single crochet stitch to join your yarn. Single Crochet Stitch Joining Technique.

Russian Join

Today, I'm going to give you a tutorial on the Russian Join. A Russian Join is a way to start a new ball of yarn without weaving in ends! The Russian Join is particularly helpful when: You are joining non-felting yarn (to use instead of a spit-splice) You are joining fine-weight yarn, such as fingering or lace weight You are conserving yarn - there's very little waste.Keep in mind - the yarn will be slightly thicker where the join is, and may show, depending upon your stitch pattern. So far…

Weaver's knot. For connecting two yarn ends together securely. Or connecting two pieces of fabric....(old ties to weave bottoms for old chairs!)

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Russian Join: Change Skeins Without Knots or Ends

How to Russian Join Yarn Without Knots or Ends a Tutorial from B.Hooked

Russian Join: Change Skeins Without Knots or Ends