dogfoster wrote:Someone already posted about this technique for joining yarn, but don't kow where the post is or what they called it. I first saw it about a year ago on youtube, it is called Russian joining. At the time I thought that is a lot of work to join some yarn, but actually once you join the yarn that way there are no ends to finish. And it is very sturdy join which is nice especially for charity crochet where durability-ease of care-is concern.
Also saw somewhere how to finish off that last stitch on a round after you have pulled it through with a slip stitch.
Now take needle, on the next complete stitch to the left with the front facing you, go up through the top loop part of that stitch, then down through the back part of the same stitch.. The slip stitch then looks like a stitch and you are ready to weave in the end on the back.
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