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Almost invisible ways to connect threads when knitting without knots

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Sometimes during knitting the thread ends, or else it is necessary to change the thread for another so that the knot is not visible. For this, there are several ways for needlewomen to solve a problem, but the most popular among them are the weaving knot (weaver knot) and the flat knot (one of the sea knots). For more information on how to repeat such nodes and make the connection of threads imperceptible, you can find out the photo instructions below:

The video below clearly demonstrates the example of two contrasting threads, how to combine them into one:

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