This isn't easy to explain so please bear with me.
I'm knitting a wrap done in a 1-color linen stitch pattern using blocks of color (7 skeins, each of a different color). So, 1st color is knit linen stitch until I reach the end of the skein (about 10-12 inches), continue with skein 2 (new color) until it is used up, then 3rd skein (new color), and so on. The whole thing is in linen stitch.
My problem: I finished my 5th skein and then decided I didn't like how I had gone slightly "off pattern" earlier between skeins 2 and 3 using 2-color linen stitch for 4 rows between the color change (I was trying for a more varied color change rather than a straight color switch that my pattern calls for but it didn't look quite as good as i thought it would). So, I impulsively ripped the stitches out between the those skeins, thinking I'd just re-join them in linen stitch again. Big mistake as it turns out as I can't figure out how to do it.
Question: How can I rejoin two already knit pieces in linen stitch? There has to be a way right?
Thanks so much!