So recently I've bought some red heart supersaver yarn. I'm planning on making a plush, but for EVERY COLOR YARN, the yarn won't come out of the end after pulling like less than 2 feet! Its annoying me so much! Can anyone help?
Sounds like you're trying to use the center-pull feature of these mass-produced skeins.
Often there is a jumble of yarn inside, in which case you need to reach into the center, pull out a wad of yarn, untwist things and resume knitting.
I learned a trick here that helps with skeins of yarn. Reach into the center from both ends with thumbs and index fingers to locate the end. You may not find the end but this seems to cut down on the amount of yarn that pulls out from the center.
When I use one of the skeins of RH or similarly priced yarn I usually stand it up in a small wastebasket or coffee can or whatever and work from the outside. I don't have to deal with yarn barf and I don't have the skein collapsing and making a tangled mess to deal with. When it gets down small enough I will wind it from the middle, somehow it's not as messy to do so at that point. Do whatever works best for you. I got sick and tired of that yarn barf and the tangled collapse mess sometime after the first half is used up.
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I don't know why, but recently RH started tucking the outside winding thread into the end also. When you go to pull out the center pull, it gets caught inside on that outside yarn. I pull that outside yarn end out and wrap it around the skein, then pull from the center. The center pulls out a little hard at first, but then it straightens out. It's the same thing with Supersaver and RH With Love.
Being on very limited budget, I use Redheart a lot. The ones I've bought lately have been a lot easier (ie no yarn barf) than the older ones in my "stash". Maybe it's more a matter of age of the yarn. Just a thought.