Yarn Hack: How To Seamlessly Switch Yarn Colors! – Crafty House

Yarn Hack: How To Seamlessly Switch Yarn Colors!

Russian join.  how to combine yarn strands to make a smooth, flawless connection.

The Russian Join - How to Change Color with no knot - this is going to need some practice to change colour at the right spot.

Magic No-Ends Knot - YouTube

Learn how to tie the magic no-ends knot with this quick and straightforward tutorial. The no-ends knot can be used for a variety of different knit patterns perfect for all skill levels.

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

How to Join a New Ball of Yarn in Three Different Ways│by ThePatterfamily--crochet tutorial, knitting tutorial

Joining two colors/yarn. Take two - YouTube

best, clearest video for making a Russian Join. I& used this several times. You may need to have a few different size tapestry needles as you want a needle that is slightly smaller in diameter than the yarn you are working with.

Magic Knot 1. Pull both working and joing yarns to pull the knots together. 2. Trim the excess ends of yarn as close as possible. 3. Give a good test pull to both ends of the yarn to make sure it holds. 4. Continue crocheting. The knot should be invisible in your work. ❥ 4U hilariafina  http://www.pinterest.com/hilariafina/

Magic Knot Pull both working and joing yarns to pull the knots together.

Magic Knot to join yarn. A tiny knot that won't come undone

Magic Knot to join yarn. A tiny knot that won't come undone. Love this technique!

Tips, Tricks and helpful and useful accessories and tools for crochet - Collection made by Nicki's Homemade Crafts

Tips, Tricks and helpful and useful accessories and tools for crochet - Collection made by Nicki's Homemade Crafts

I ran across this page in a very old weaving book. The is the knot that is used in the spinning mill to join yarn when it breaks while being spun. The advantage being that it is very secure and the...

The Weavers Knot…….how to tie

podkins: “ The Weavers Knot found via Yet Another Canadian Artisan who says: “ I ran across this page in a very old weaving book. The is the knot that is used in the spinning mill to join yarn when it breaks while being spun. The advantage being that.

Why have I never thoughts of this?  I just posted about the weaver’s knot a few posts back, but this is tons better.  Source: lionbrand.com

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 bin…

The magic knot is a great way to join yarn. It’s secure and it’s another way to avoid having to weave in ends.  Some things to consider about the magic knot: it’s NOT for precise changes in color it’s great for yarn that can take a little pulling if your yarn can’t withstand a lot...Read More »

Magic Knot: A tutorial

the magic knot - a great way to join yarn - it’s secure and it’s another way to avoid having to weave in ends .

Joining new yarn in knitting – 7 ways

This is excellent and worth looking at. Joining new yarn in knitting – 7 ways. Good video for spit splicing and braided join.

How to tie a weaver's knot to join threads ☂ᙓᖇᗴᔕᗩ ᖇᙓᔕ☂ᙓᘐᘎᓮ http://www.pinterest.com/teretegui

Weaving Techniques

This is absolutely the best method I've ever used for joining yarn when you don't want the bulk of weaving in all the ends, especially in a multi-colored project. I try to gauge the knot so that it is at the end of a row -- and I also give the knot a tug before I cut the ends to make sure it is as tight as possible. I've never had this come loose in any project I've ever made -- whether an afghan or clothing, etc.

A wonderful small knot joining two pieces of yarn or string. This one is easier for me to understand.

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