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How to Make a Knotless Russian Join

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Learn how to make a knotless Russian join with Emi Harrington. This is a really neat technique that will leave your patterns flawless. Watch this video, get some free crochet patterns and practice!

 

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Aug 18, 2014

Emi as always....you've done it again. Love coming to you for tips and tutorials.

 

Nov 7, 2013

Wow; I'm truly impressed!

 

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Aug 8, 2013

Have been crocheting for years but always had to weave in the ends! Never heard of this join until today! Thank you ... Thank you!!! It will certainly make my projects much more professional looking!!!

 

Jul 8, 2013

Wow. Thanks for that. What a great tip.

 

Jun 28, 2013

oh my gosh, that is amazing. I will surely use this method when I need to add more yarn to a project. many thanks

 

Apr 26, 2013

I've been crocheting for years but never learned this technique until now. This is wonderful. I've always hated having to weave in the loose ends and the way there is a place in the fabric where two yarns join together. This will solve that problem. Thank you so much.

 

Apr 17, 2013

Thank you for this ,my work will be tidier now.I love All free Crochet.

 

Apr 2, 2013

Awesome!

 

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