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Russian Join Change Skeins Without Knots or Ends Knitting

Russian Join Change Skeins Without Knots or Ends Knitting

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Russian Join: Change Skeins Without Knots or Ends. Great tutorial for knitting and crochet!

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Russian Join - No more weaving in ends! Hate weaving in ends? The Russian join is an excellent technique for attaching a new skein of yarn or for changing ...

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Russian join after smoothing the yarn ends

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Russian join before smoothing the ends

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... a center-pull skein, it can put an ugly stop to your work. I'm here to help you learn to never fear another knot; not even with a color-changing yarn.

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As you see, no discernible ends, no change in stitch thickness, but you do get a muddy mix of the two colors – making this a great join for adding another ...

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I'm making a pair of socks and working in the round, but the process of joining colors is the same if you are working back and forth in rows.

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So far, I haven't had any unsightly effects using this join, and I use it frequently!

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Secondly, you can alternate two skeins of yarn throughout your project; that way, you only have to weave in tails at the beginning and end of the project.

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After the new color is joined, you can slide it up and down the working yarn .

Use an embroidery needle to weave the tail of the old color into itself and conceal it.

Knot the ends and cut the tails

Knit to the point where you want your new color to begin.

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... but really - I don't think patterned skeins of yarn should not have knots! Anyone else agree? (FYI, I changed the knots to Russian join....)

Ready to complete a Russian Join

Photo 2 shows the new yarn picked up and the old yarn being worked over. Photo 3 shows the join from the back. When this is worked with the same colour, ...

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Slide the new color down the working yarn to your knitting needle.

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Once you get to the new color, continue on in your pattern.

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and no, I don't bother waiting for the join to dry before I continue knitting.

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and no, I don't bother waiting for the join to dry before I continue knitting.

Break your working yarn about 1 1/2 - 2 inches from the join. Again be very careful that the join doesn't slide up or down the old color.

... of the old yarn and the first of the new are unanchored, and inclined to pull loose. At best, you get a small hole, at worst, stitches actually start to ...

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I like to take a darning needle and run the ends through the plies of the yarn on each side of the loop, for extra security, but this step isn't entirely ...

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The Russian Join.. anyone else use this to connect two skeins of yarn?

Then just knit, making sure you hold the yarn doubled for a couple of stitches on each side of the join.

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PS: If you can't find it, the chain section directly under the knot is the bit of yarn I joined using the Russian Join. Maybe you can spot it, ...

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