Help! I'm knitting with a double-strand from two skeins of Lion Brand's Pound of Love, (those things are huge!) and somehow the inside yarn of one of the balls came out, and became insanely tangled in my working strands, and now I've got an impossible mess of yarn that I can't work with. The more I pull my working yarns, the more tangled it gets, and it's just getting worse.
The only easy solution I can come up with is to cut off the yarn mess and re-join my working strands to the yarns from the balls. So my question is, what method is the best for this? I'm knitting a blanket, so I don't have any seams or anything to hide the joins in. I'm guessing I could just do a weaver's knot at the end of the row (if I can even get there with the mess I've got!) and weave the ends in. But since I'm working with a double-strand, should I knot each strand individually or together? Or is there a better way of doing this that one of you lovely knitting geniuses can suggest? I've gotta finish this blanket in a few days and I'm about to tear my hair out!!