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[Crochet] How to blend in the treads of new yarn in a scarf?

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Post time: 2015-8-5 08:37
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Hi everyone
I made my first crochet scarf but I couldnt hide the yarn changes, because of the large caliber of the needles, the loose threads are very apparent.
Any tips?

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Post time: 2015-8-5 21:29
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Here is what I do:
thread the yarn on a large-eyed darning needle and pull it through where a row of stitching is the most dense. Using your
picture, I have drawn a red line going from right to left and even going back and forth can sometimes secure the ends very well

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thanks, this is very clarifying!!!  Details Reply Post time 2015-8-10 09:36
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Post time: 2015-8-7 23:21
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I always crochet my ends in as I hate weaving in ends!
Type in 'How to Crochet: Adding a New Ball of Yarn. New Stitch a Day' in your search engine and have a look at the simple tutorial.................. video........................
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Post time: 2015-8-9 03:45
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Hah! I've found the thread on the site that I've been looking for ............... have a look at this extremely good tip for joining yarn without having to knot or sew in ends!!
http://www.pindiy.com/thread-160294-1-1.html
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Here is what I do:
thread the yarn on a large-eyed darning needle and pull it through where a row of ...

thanks, this is very clarifying!!!
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Post time: 2015-11-28 14:25
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Very nice. Thanks for sharing.
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Post time: 2016-2-1 20:28
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if you use a special knot you can cut the treads very short, i have to look how they call that knot in englisch ( i am from the netherlands)
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Post time: 2018-10-20 04:47
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thanks for the post
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