What does it mean to put stitches on waste yarn?
::: how to place stitches on hold on waste yarn :::
This technique comes up rather often in knitting. … Later on, when you want to continue knitting from these ‘held’ or ‘live’ stitches, simply slip them back onto needles, and pull the waste yarn out.
What to do if you dont have a stitch holder?
A stitch holder can come in quite handy, but here are a few options on what to do when you don’t have one: any spare needle, straight or circular (use a cork as a stopper on the pointy end); a length of scrap yarn (use a yarn needle to slip the stitches onto the yarn and tie the ends together so you don’t lose any …
What does waste yarn mean?
Waste yarns are the leftover or scrap yarns that are different from the yarns you use for your projects. … You use the waste yarn either at the beginning or at the end of your knitting project. You remove this waste yarn once you finish the steps that need it. This scrap yarn is not part of your finished project.