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ade said:
Looks fine if you want the join to show, but Kitchener stitch is invisible if dine right.
Yes it shows but, it doesn't hurt your toes.
I tried this on some socks last year.
It will also work to join shoulders as a finishing technique.
 

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Since I learned how to use this join
this is my go to grafting seam finisher
So much easier than kitchner easy to remember a bit fiddley but worth
the time it takes to make an invisible seam

I've been using it on ear warmers I've been making for charity
I use a provisional c/o using two color yarns at Cast On Easy Peasy
then grafting the ends together with this new technique to b/o and sew at the same time
Give it a try your gonna love it
 

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katm13 said:
Since I learned how to use this join
this is my go to grafting seam finisher
So much easier than kitchner easy to remember a bit fiddley but worth
the time it takes to make an invisible seam

I've been using it on ear warmers I've been making for charity
I use a provisional c/o using two color yarns at Cast On Easy Peasy
then grafting the ends together with this new technique to b/o and sew at the same time
Give it a try your gonna love it
Good to know this technique works so well. Thanks!
 
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