Does the magic knot really work?
The magic knot is a great way to join yarn. It’s secure and it’s another way to avoid having to weave in ends. … it can work well for socks but I do suggest you avoid placing the knot under your foot.
Why does my yarn get knotted?
Knots are unavoidable
Yarn is essentially a piece of string that, during the milling process, sometimes breaks. The mill isn’t going to throw away good yarn because of a single breakage. So, what they do is tie the yarn together with a knot and the process carries on.
What will happen if you pull the loose end of a yarn from a knitted fabric?
As we know that socks, sweaters ,hand gloves and many other clothes are made by knitting. … So if we pull the yarn from the torn pairs of sock, that single yarn only will be pulled out continuously as the fabric gets unraveled. Knitting is done by hand and also on machines.