Is anyone familiar with this type of join? I saw this video on a variation of it, and it looks amazing, and simple to do. Its what I am going to attempt when the time comes (which will be fairly soon).
You see, I just discovered that my working yarn, which I had on the ball, had been severed cleanly, as if it were cut (I suspect the cat, which, along with the dogs, have since been banned from the room where I keep my yarn), leaving me with about a yard, yard and a half of yarn left to work with, and the remaining ball (of course), which should be enough to finish with, if I don't find any more cuts hidden within the ball, that is (in which case, I'll just do another join this way :teehee: ).
So, what do you think of this kind of join, and how do you feel it looks? Is it as seamless as the video says? It sure looks that way.