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Hectanooga1 - Crochet, Knitting, Jewelry, Crafts, Cooking
Maia Langley
This really is brilliant and I appreciate it when other knitters share their tricks of the trade! Thank you so much!!! Frankfort, Kentucky
Crochet with Linda Dawn
#tutorial showing how to #joinyarn resulting in an #invisiblejoin without a knot. Brilliant :-)
Carmen Moore
Wish I'd known this 50 years ago.
Hectanooga1 - Crochet, Knitting, Jewelry, Crafts, Cooking
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Hectanooga1 - Crochet, Knitting, Jewelry, Crafts, Cooking
How to make a knot-less join in yarn for all your knitting and crochet needs. Eliminate yarn tails and weaving in with this method! Learn to join your yarn using this time tested method, a great technique for joining yarn in the middle of a row! This very easy technique is brought to you by More Knitting Videos:
lillian Neal
Wow, interesting, never knew that. I will have to try that... Thank you....
Alisha Simko
Hi!! Emi😊. I was wondering....if you do that Russian Knot can you do it with ANY kind of yarn??
Sylvia Waters
Question please, I use this method in most of my knitting but find that the softer cotton yarns won't hold together with the Russian Join. What can I do differently to make this work? Or is this pretty much for the heavier yarns?
I was very interested to see this video, but then when it had ended I thought well I don't really want a double thickness section of yarn worked into my garment! I would have thought it would show. I prefer to join at the end of a row or if that is not possible if you are running out of yarn then do a secure knot and weave the ends in.


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