Find inside end of yarn in skein
I'm knitting an afghan and after starting decided I wanted to make it a few inches longer. Of course, I couldn't get another skein of the same dye lot so I got a close one. Since I'm working holding two strands of yarn together, the color difference won't be bad. I'm now using one original and one new together. Problem is I only need to use one skein of the new color (together with one skein of the original so that leaves me, when I get to the end with only one original left instead of the usual two. So when I get near the end of the afghan, if there were a way that I could knit from both ends of my last original skein that would solve the problem. Does anyone know how I could accomplish knitting from both ends of the same skein? I can't figure out how to find the inside end of the yarn. If I haven't made myself clear, I'll be glad to try to improve my explication.
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