Your question: How do you alternate yarn colors when knitting?

How do you substitute yarn?

How to do it:

  1. Take a look at what weight the pattern calls for. All yarn is categorized by a number. …
  2. Just like finding a pair of jeans, not all number sizes are equivalent. After being assigned a number, yarns are then broken down into sub-categories. …
  3. Do a gauge swatch.

Can I use different yarn for a pattern?

Today we’re going to teach you a very useful trick so that you can modify patterns for any type of yarn: wool, cotton, different weights—not a problem! All that you need to do is measure your gauge and from there you can adapt the stitches and rows to work for your yarn.

Can I substitute cotton yarn for wool?

Answer: When substituting one yarn for another, it’s important to remember that yarns are balled according to weight. As cotton is heavier than a wool-acrylic mix, there’ll be fewer metres of it per ball. … You might have found a pattern you like and the yarn for it isn’t available any more.

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