Storing yarn: Part two


Check out this second video, where I show you how to wind a neat ball of yarn from left-overs, ready to be used anytime.

I often create balls of yarn, from scraps. They are ideal for preventing tangles and mess in the hidden space of knitting bags and storage crates. Have a go yourself, and let me know how you get on in the comments below.

The first video can be found here, with two other options for storing yarn:

Storing Your Yarn: Part one

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