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Old 10-19-2008, 09:58 PM   #1
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Default How do I knit from alternating skeins in the round?

DS has gotten big enough that his longies require two skeins to complete. What is the best way to alternate skeins? I tried what seemed like it should work tonight and um, it didn't work very well. Thanks!
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Knit 2-4 rounds with one skein, then attach the 2nd. Knit some with it. Whenever you get back to the start, twist the two yarns over each other.

When you bring up the old yarn from below, make sure not to pull it too tightly or it will make a bunchy seam.
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