I have run across ways to join new yarn but so far don't really like what I have found. I don't like knots but haven't found much else that holds as well. I would like new ideas on this subject.
Actually, if you pull the yarn tight when you make the join, the point where the loops interconnect is the least bulky part of the join. You'll want to keep the section where the yarn is fed into itself as short as you comfortably can, because the yarn is twice as thick and can show in some cases. (The busier the stitch pattern, the less you will notice the join.)bonster said:It sounds like that would have less bulk than the loop.