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.
We’re excited to share with you the third episode of our ongoing Handwoven Colour series, Sock Blank Scarves, where we take hand-dyed sock blanks we’ve dyed in previous workshops and use them to create one-of-a-kind handwoven scarves. This week’s update also includes Tabetha’s new Knit One Below tutorial and more of the latest SOS news!