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Technique Corner June 13, 2016

In today’s video Lucy demonstrates Navajo (or chain) plying; a fantastic technique that allows you to work a triple strand of yarn from a single ball without any advance preparation (i.e., you don’t need to divide the yarn into three equal balls, or wind the yarns together). This method is also ideal for triple-stranding variegated yarns, since it allows you to keep the colours in sequence or blend them together.

For more videos like this, see Lucy’s Multi-Strand Knitting playlist.

Julia Watt (on Ravelry: Julia Watt; my Etsy store: LanesEndKnots)

Is there a topic or question that you would like to see Lucy cover in future YouTube videos? Please post your suggestions in the comments section.

For more Tutorials, Patterns, Books and the “Learn with Lucy” DVD series, visit Lucy’s website.

Lucy’s Craftsy Classes: Foundations of Double Knitting, My First Socks and Fearless Knitting – Empowering Techniques for Every Knitter.

WEEKLY PATTERN SALE: One of Lucy’s most popular patterns, the Sea Lettuce Scarf is half-price ($3.50CAD) until June 15!


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