It’s just a fact folks. Whether you are a knitting beginner or an experienced knitter, at some point in your knitting journey, you are going to have to join a new skein of yarn while working on a project.
This can happen when you come to the end of your first skein of yarn or your project calls for a color change. Your project may even require a change of color in the middle of a row!
Regardless, the same technique is used in all three cases. Thus, this is an extremely important skill to master.
Adding new yarn might seem scary. I know I was terrified the first time my project called for a color change. I actually broke out in a cold sweat! But, truthfully, there’s no need to panic.
Joining a new skein of yarn to your knitting project is much easier than you think. Let me show you how!