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Wolfiefan Sun 11-Jun-17 11:01:18

I tend to do very small projects (socks) so I don't need to start a new ball of yarn! I'm knitting baby hats for a local hospital. I can get 1 and 2/3 out of a ball! Then what? I'm knitting on dpn to avoid seams. These hats will also be washed quite a bit as they are for use on a ward. What method would be best to join the new yarn securely without leaving an uncomfortable lump!

twilightcafe Sun 11-Jun-17 11:03:40

Google 'Russian join'. It's strong and avoid the need to weave in ends later on.

Wolfiefan Sun 11-Jun-17 11:12:45

Thanks. Will have a look.

TheFlyingFauxPas Sun 11-Jun-17 11:19:47

Knit both yarns for about 12 stitches then weave the ends in at the end.

Wolfiefan Sun 11-Jun-17 11:38:35

Thanks Flying.
I'm such a novice!

BarchesterFlowers Sun 11-Jun-17 19:33:11

I have never heard of the Russian thing, I am knitting a multi coloured thing at the minute, this, I am so doing that joining technique.

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