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||Posted - 04/28/2014 : 10:05:02 AM
What is the best way to join a new ball of Euroflax yarn to my existing linen knitting project? The usual ways for wool yarn don't seem to apply.
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||Posted - 04/30/2014 : 07:27:39 AM
Oh, my goodness, this is lovely, and I do love knitting with linen yarn. I just printed out the pattern! In the past, I think I remember using a Russian join for my Euroflax linen yarn, because it was for basket liners and I figured they would get a lot of laundering. But I am eager to try this knot method, too.
Donna, with intentions always bigger than her available time. (OkieDokieKnitter on Ravelry)
||Posted - 04/29/2014 : 10:46:05 AM
Thanks Jane. I'm just trying to liven up the Online Stickcafe. They all seems to knit the same shawl pattern called Pytt, http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/pyttipanna-shawl, and it is not a very exciting pattern.
||Posted - 04/29/2014 : 04:57:11 AM
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||Posted - 04/28/2014 : 5:21:25 PM
I do like the pattern, very much. Thanks for showing it to us.
||Posted - 04/28/2014 : 4:01:39 PM
Flicka and Anna: This is my project. You might like the pattern.
||Posted - 04/28/2014 : 11:55:16 AM
Thank you Flicka! Kristina, I love Euroflax linen yarn, and this solution to join the yarn is great.
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||Posted - 04/28/2014 : 11:29:09 AM
||Posted - 04/28/2014 : 10:18:19 AM
Have you tried the Magic Knot? I used Jane Richmond's YouTube video to learn it. There are other videos, too.
Edit to add: http://janerichmond.blogspot.com/p/tutorials.html