I found it from internet. This is a not bad way to join the yarn, but the joint part will be thicker. Compare to the way I learned from Patons, It is quite similar, but the way Patons does is cut some part of your yarn(both sides) and join them together. the good side is the width is still the same but the bad side is I can't curl it back perfect. That's why I prefer russian join.
I learned another way to join is try to finish your yarn at the WS side.and then make a knot( right cross left, left cross right) which is not to bad.
I can't say which is my favorite. Maybe you have to adjust depends on your project.
5 years ago