- 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.
- Also, make sure you aren't separating the strand when you insert the needle into the stitches.
- Furthermore, please consider that when the skein is formed, the ends of each skein could be less resistant than the rest of the skein because of the torsion applied during manufacture. To check this, unravel the first 2 or 3 meters of the skein and try the resistance of the yarn.
If you pulled too hard and the yarn breaks we suggest that you read this post from our blog that teaches you how to make an invisible knot to join your strands. You will surely find it very useful!