I've got a new shawl design coming very soon and in this shawl, you have to join in a new yarn in the middle of a row so therefore you will also have to weave in two ends in the middle of a row. There may also be other times, when you've knitted partway across a long row, and suddenly realised you're running out of yarn and you don't want to unpick back to the beginning of the row. Don't worry, you can easily weave in ends in the middle of a row.
I'm weaving in two ends on a shawl that is worked in garter stitch but this works the same for stocking stitch.
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