Wet splicing yarn

How to Wet-Splice Your Ends in Knitting

There are a variety of ways to join new yarn in the middle of a row (or anywhere, really), such as knitting-in or Russian joins. One technique is called the Wet-Splicing method. It only works with yarns that have a heavy wool content in it and often can work with Superwash, too, such as our Tough Love Sock.

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