Cynthia Blackwell

Cynthia Blackwell

Cynthia Blackwell
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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.

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.