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Friday, August 27, 2010

Joining Yarn in the middle of a row

1. Work the last stitich before teh new yarn is to begin, until it has two loops on the hook.

2. wrap the new yarn, from back to front, around the hook in the same was as for pervious sittichs.

3. Draw the hook backward, pulling a loop of the new yarn through the two loops and onto the hook.

4. Countinue stitching with the new yarn.

5. When the peice is complete or after several rows, fasten off the tails of thread following the instructions for weaving.

4 comments:

~Niki~ said...

i have the hardest time with this! it's always the problem of attaching a new color and like my granny stripe, i have tons of knots on just the one side. i will weave in some of the yarn ends, but it looks yucky.

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