Your question: How do you fix a broken yarn?

What causes yarn to break?

Sloughing occurs when one or multiple layers of yarn become loose on the supply package. These loose layers can cause yarn to become trapped underneath or behind your yarn package as it’s running, resulting in tension spikes and yarn breaks. One simple way to fix the issue is by using foam pads.

Why does my yarn keeps breaking?

Are you knitting or crocheting your project, and the yarn suddenly breaks? … First, try to avoid applying unnecessary tension by pulling the strand too tightly while knitting or crocheting. Remember that our yarns are 100% natural and they need a little bit of extra care when you use them for your projects.

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