Stitchopedia #1: Wet Felt Join

The wet felt join is a great join for a feltable yarn – such as most animal fibers. It’s best used when joining the same color, as when joining a new skein of the same color, or when there is a knot in your yarn that needs to be removed. The wet felt join is my favorite join to use in these situations, as it has very little effect on the final look of the project, and is highly unlikely to come undone. Plus, no ends to weave it!

Learn all about it with a video and written instructions here:

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Debbie Pribele ...

A new tip for me!
Thanks for sharing

JessieAtHome ...

You’re welcome! I hate weaving in ends, so I love this trick. ;)