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bjhac2010 12-28-2004 05:24 PM

HomeSpun Yarn
 
Does anyone have any tricks to finding the end on Homespun Yarn? I've never had so much trouble finding the end of a skien of yarn before. Is it just me? Am I missing the obvious?

Thanks!

humblestumble 12-29-2004 07:51 PM

Sometimes u just gotta reach in and pull some yarn out to find the end if it's not already just hanging out

amy 12-29-2004 08:03 PM

Yeah, I have little patience, so if I can't find it easily, I'll just reach in and pull out a good portion of the inside! I'll just pull out a bunch, whatever comes out easily, and innevitably I'll see that there's only one strand connecting this portion to the rest of the ball: so I know the end is in there somewhere!

If I can't spot it easily, I'll just start unwinding it from the part that's connected to the ball, until I reach the end. Then I'll wind it back up starting from the end I've found, just wrapping it around and around my hand, and holding the end with my thumb so it doesn't get burried and lost. Then I just stuff that wrapped up yarn back inside the original skein, and I'm all set to use it as a center pull ball. It sounds like a pain, but it doesn't take that long, and it eliminates the frustration of searching and searching forever for that end!

Amy

bjhac2010 12-30-2004 10:27 AM

Thanks for the suggestions.
I guess I'll get a little more aggressive with the next skien.

This is a nice site BTW. It is helpful and seems the people on the boards are very friendly.

Thanks for your efforts!


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