How To Avoid Tangling Yarn On 2@aTime Socks
You've just learned the awesome technique of knitting two-at-a-time. Congratulations!
But now you've got a tangled mess of yarn wrapped around your cable needles and hopelessly fused in your knitting bag.
That's okay! This video shows you how to prevent your yarn from EVER tangling again.
Remember, knitting two-at-a-time is supposed to be better and easier than any other method of knitting socks. And it is - I'll show you.
So: here's how to keep your balls of yarn from tangling when knitting 2-at-a-time:
The trick is to keep one strand of yarn to the front and the other to the back.
Make sure you place your balls of yarn on either side of you. The key moment for keeping the yarns from tangling is during "the switch."
Good work! Now you can knit two socks at a time without even breaking a (mental) sweat. Enjoy your newfound yarn serenity.
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