You’re crocheting or knitting at a great pace. That blanket is really coming along. At this rate it might be done before Christmas! But then it happens… you’ve come to the end of your yarn skein.
If you’re like me, you abhor starting a new skein mid-project. It means knots and awkward ends to weave in. It’s often quite inevitable and annoying, but there’s now a solution to this pesky situation. In this video tutorial, Emi Harrington shows you how to create a knotless Russian join. Learn how to seamlessly combine 2 strands of yarn into one for a continuous skein. This is an excellent technique to help you get through those long, but wonderful afghan projects from AllFreeCrochetAfghanPatterns.