KNITTING WITH TWO DIFFERENT YARNS USING THE SAME NEEDLE SIZE

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In this episode, we will take a look at how you can knit a project with two different yarn weights without having to change the needle size.

As an example, I will knit SKEINO’s newest kit, the Denali Shawl. I designed this piece using our Flame Yarn which is super bulky and our Merino-Nylon Sock yarn. I love the textures of the different fibers and I thought you might like it too.

The Denali Shawl can be found here: http://ss1.us/a/QD9JnI34

 

As always please let me know your thoughts and questions down in the comment section or on Youtube.

 

Love,

Bjorn

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