Work to last step of stitch. What if you want to start crocheting right away, and join your yarns as you go?
Anything will help! There are actually several ways to attach new yarn.
Leaving a loop at the end and the stitched section gathered up. As you do this the tail ends will be pulled into the join. Make several small stitches through the old yarn, approx 2 inches.
I see that you mentioned crocheting with two strands together.
How to Join Yarn. There are many ways to join two yarn ends together, but my personal go-to is the Russian join.
When you are working with most projects, there will come a time that you need to join a new ball of yarn, especially with large projects. Thread the Needle Thread the yarn needle with one strand of yarn, leaving about a 4-inch tail. Just thread the tail onto a tapestry needle and start threading it into the back of the existing stitches. Check your inbox or spam folder now to confirm your subscription. Share This Lesson. To show the join more clearly I have used two different colours in the photos below.
Lesson 10: Holding the two yarns together, crochet a stitch: As you continue, work over both yarn tails if possible.
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I hope you find this tutorial helpful. You should now have a little loop in your yarn.
It gives your work a smooth, clean look and your stitches stay uniform. Be one of the first to find out about special offers and new products! Clara Parkes. Sometimes you'll be starting a new skein of yarn.
Pass end through loop.