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Winding Yarn into Two Equally-Sized Balls

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Published on Dec 23, 2014

For some patterns and yarns, it's important to wind your yarn into two-equally sized balls before you start knitting - especially when you're knitting toe-up socks. Here's my tried-and-true method for doing that.

My ball winder and swift are from Strauch Fiber Equipment Company. You can learn more about the company here:
http://www.strauchfiber.com/
They also have a YouTube channel:
https://www.youtube.com/user/Strauchf...

The Woolery is the retail outlet for Strauch Fiber Equipment Company. You can find my ball winder here:
http://www.woolery.com/store/pc/-Stra...
And my swift here:
http://www.woolery.com/store/pc/-Stra...

The kitchen scale I use is by Tefal - I don't think they are making the exact model I have anymore, but I think they're all about the same, anyway. I don't remember how much mine cost, but I know I didn't get an expensive one.

The pink yarn I use for demonstration is Knit Picks Wool of the Andes Bulky in color Crush.

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