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Learn How to Join Two Pieces Of Yarn

Posted by christy in Felting | Knitting School | Techniques

how to spit splice

Wouldn’t you like to learn how to spit splice?  I’m sure you’ve been curious on how to join two pieces of yarn together without tying them in a knot.  Let me end your curiosity right now with this fabulous video tutorial.

Do you feel any smarter?

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3 Responses

  • Tiffany says:

    Does this only work with wool? I had no idea you could do this.

  • Christy says:

    Wool and some wool blends. If it can felt, it can splice!

  • Phyllis says:

    MANY THANKS! I have some Noro SIlk Garden yarn that I knitted a sweater, but then didn’t like some of the shade variations in it (orange and olive green). I decided to unravel it and cut the undesirable color variations out. Thanks to you, I can put the other pieces together. Waste not, want not – I’ll give the other yarn to a friends who loves those colors.

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