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Technique Corner October 10, 2016

The downside of finishing a knitting project is that one must now spend time darning in all those darn ends…or must one? In this video Lucy demonstrates a tidy method of joining yarns in the round, while simultaneously neatening both yarn tails, leaving nothing to darn in!

For more videos like this, see Lucy’s Tips & Tricks playlist.

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

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

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One Response to “Technique Corner”

  1. Anne Says:

    Thank you! I had figured out the same way to work in the new yarn, but the first yarn, if worked in the same way, left too much of a bulge. Brilliant!

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