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How to Knit a Russian Join

Want to join two colors of yarn seamlessly for your next crochet/knit project? This lesson shows you how to do the Russian join in four easy steps.

General Information There are many different ways to join a new length of yarn to the one that is already being used. Like most knitting techniques, the method you choose depends on your personal preference and the specific project situation. …

Like most knitting techniques, the method you choose depends on your personal preference and the specific project situation.

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How to Add a new yarn to your crochet project

Crochet: How to change yarn when crocheting --- Learn different ways to change yarn;

Knit: Bitty Baby Booties

Bitty baby booties -- free pattern (see notes about how she knit them backwards and sewed them inside out, which hid the seams and made the shape more rounded than original).

Knitting Tutorial: Joining Stitches in the Round 2

Knitting Tutorial: Joining Stitches In the Round

Weaver's knot, helpful with yarn color changes

Weaver’s knot tutorial - an important join to know. This is how I join my yarns together. You can trim tails very close to knot and knot hide in your crochet.

Tuesday’s Tip – How to Join with the Magic Knot

Tuesday’s Tip – How to Join with the Magic Knot (Webs Yarn Store Blog)

This video tutorial will show you how to join a new ball of yarn to your knitting or crochet by making an invisible knot. This knot is very strong and leaves.

Two types of yarn overs are demonstrated here - a yarn over preceding a knit stitch and a yarn over preceding a purl stitch.  Every knitter should have both in their knitting know-how!

Two types of yarn overs are demonstrated here - a yarn over preceding a knit stitch and a yarn over preceding a purl stitch. Every knitter should have both in their knitting know-how!

The crochet cast-on method creates a really neat edge that resembles a chain cast-off edge; it is sometimes known as the cast-off cast-on method.

This is one of my favorite cast-ons because I can have all 4 edges match. The crochet cast-on method creates a really neat edge that resembles a chain cast-off edge; it is sometimes known as the cast-off cast-on method.

How-To: Invisible No-Knot Crochet Finish                              …                                                                                                                                                                                 More

How-To: Invisible No-Knot Crochet Finish

Sugarplums Blanket by Danielle Chalson…

Sugarplums Blanket pattern by Danielle Chalson

Ravelry: Sugarplums Blanket pattern by Danielle Chalson. A knitted blanket pattern using smocking stitch. It looks much more complicated than it is.

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