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    Russian Join a way to start a new ball of yarn without weaving in ends!

    best, clearest video for making a Russian Join. I've used this several times. You may need to have a few different size tapestry needles as you want a needle that is slightly smaller in diameter than the yarn you are working with.

    How to Change Color No Knot

    invisible join, I've been looking for this, I knew there was an easier way!.

    ▶ How to Make a Russian Join - Connecting Two Pieces of Yarn without a Knot - YouTube

    Magic Knot to join yarn. A tiny knot that won't come undone.

    How to Change Yarn Colors ~ Lets Crochet.com This is the best way I have ever seen to change colors. This way you have no tails to tuck in and the color change is perfect.

    Have you heard of a Magic Ball? It’s a ball of yarn that changes colors and textures as you work. It’s something offered by a number of artisan yarn makers… but it’s also something you can make yourself with your leftover yarn!

    6 ways to join a new ball of yarn - LoveKnitting blog

    NEW LA75495 One-Skein (or less!) Projects One-Skein Projects presents a big collection of fun little gifts to crochet. Make each design with less than one skein of medium weight yarn, or create coordinated sets using multiple skeins of yarn in different colors. www.maggiescroche...

    How to Russian Join Yarn Ends

    Norwegian Purling Why did I not know how to do this?! Now my needles are gonna start a fire! Thanks Roxanne!

    Brilliant Tutorial = Crochet yarn from cotton t-shirts! Cut, pull (to curl fabric), roll into ball for use! Easey Peasey!

    how to make a yarn bowl I would love one of these!!

    Finally, something I can do with my yarn leftovers! These (34) suggestions are awesome!

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    How To Attach Yarn Using the Russian Join

    House Revivals: 12 Things to Make With Leftover Yarn

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    How to join together without ending up with that ugly slip stitch seam when crocheting in the round.