One of the best things about Jumbo Yarn is that you don't have to weave in ends! Hooray! Sure, there is a tiny bit of sewing if you want a professional looking finish, but that's ok. If you don't, you can knot the ends together (which is especially good on pillows because you can hide the knot on the inside!)
- Get your ends and squish them about a bit so they are a uniform shape. Trim off any threads from the ends.
- Grab a sewing needle and thread in a shade matching your yarn, and tie a knot in the end. I like to use Gutermann thread, as it is strong and comes in a huge range of colours!
- Insert one end of the yarn into the tube of the other end of the yarn, taking care not to stretch the tube. I like to fold the top tube under slightly, for a cleaner finish.
- Using small stitches, sew the two ends of the tubes together, working around the tube. I like to work around the tube twice, making sure the seam is secure and as hidden as possible.
- Secure the end of the thread with a knot, then thread the needle inside the yarn tube for a few inches, before trimming the thread
- Give your joined Jumbo Yarn a little squish and wiggle, to reshape the yarn and push any stuffing along into a more uniform shape.
- Keep knitting!