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Sunday, 23 August 2015

Joining Colors

Joining Colors

by Sunday Knits


While there is no wrong way to change colors, when working flat, a splice, in addition to saving time later on, will reduce bulk at the selvedge edge.
Russian splice is particularly recommended

When working in the round, the appearance of a color jog can be reduced by weaving in ends later.

To minimize a jog by weaving in:

Be sure to work the duplicate stitches firmly so that the fabric is pulled into place.

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