How to Rejoin Yarn?

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To join a new yarn, you need to leave a small length for the tail and then start knitting with the fresh yarn. For the primary few stitches and couple of rows, you should be careful of the tension over the stitches that you joined to the new yarn. This is to ensure that you do not drag the tail through the stitch loops. After a few rows, you can knit without any fastidious attention to that area. When you have completed, you should weave the tail of the yarn into the back of the work.
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