best, clearest video for making a Russian Join. I& used this several times. You may need to have a few different size tapestry needles as you want a needle that is slightly smaller in diameter than the yarn you are working with.
Russian Join - No more weaving in ends! Hate weaving in ends? The Russian join is an excellent technique for attaching a new skein of yarn or for changing colors. Best of all, it creates a secure join, so you can keep crocheting or knitt.
I made a video to show you how to change colors without having to weave in any ends.
The Correct Way To Join Yarn: Ultimate Video Tutorial. This Join is a way of splicing together two yarns of comparable weight. Caution: they have to be plied [twisted] strands of ideally identical weight. Using a yarn needle that is as small as possible that will enable you to work the yarn, you loop the two strands over each other, and double them back over themselves. #freecrochetpatterns #russianjoin #stitch #crochettutorial