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The UK's Bestselling Knitting Magazine

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Christmas-17-BP

Introducing a new colour

Each section of colour needs a separate bobbin. As well as a bobbin for your new colour (green) you will need a second bobbin of the old colour (blue) for when you change back.
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Step 1

Knit to the required point. Lay the new yarn (green) over the old colour (blue).

Introducing a new colour

Step 2

Take the new yarn underneath the old colour so they twist together as shown.

Introducing a new colour

Step 3

Insert the RH needle into the stitch and knit as normal, using the new yarn.repeat steps 1-3 to change back to the second bobbin of the old colour

Introducing a new colour
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Introducing a new colour
Each section of colour needs a separate bobbin. As well as a bobbin for your new colour (green) you will need a second bobbin of the old colour (blue) for when you change back.

Step 1

Knit to the required point. Lay the new yarn (green) over the old colour (blue).

Introducing a new colour

Step 2

Take the new yarn underneath the old colour so they twist together as shown.

Introducing a new colour

Step 3

Insert the RH needle into the stitch and knit as normal, using the new yarn.repeat steps 1-3 to change back to the second bobbin of the old colour

Introducing a new colour