Simple Picture Tutorial on how to Flawlessly change Yarn Colors in Crochet! Get Beautiful Results!

Learn How to Change Colors in Crochet

Simple Picture Tutorial on how to Flawlessly change Yarn Colors in Crochet! Get Beautiful Results!

What you DON'T want: a visible join when crocheting in rounds. This tutorial shows you how to get an invisible join with crochet, using a great technique.

seamless + symmetrical

What you DON'T want: a visible join when crocheting in rounds. This tutorial shows you how to get an invisible join with crochet, using a great technique.

Another beautiful creation by Renate's hooks and so blog. Love the cool colours. This is Cushion No. 4 and she links to the patterns she uses in the blog post (need to use Google translate)

Another beautiful creation by Renate's hooks and so blog. Love the cool colours. This is Cushion No. 4 and she links to the patterns she uses in the blog post (need to use Google translate)

Ever wonder how to fill in those ch-2 corners? Here’s a special stitch that closes gaps usually created by the ch-2 corner. Don’t let the odd stitch overwhelm you. The only difference between a normal double crochet and an adjacent double crochet stitch (adc) is where the hook is placed. This tutorial uses double crochet, but you can use the same technique for half double or single crochet also. Just replace ‘dc’ in the directions with the crochet stitch of your choice..

Adjacent Stitch Square -Subsequent Rounds

Ever wonder how to fill in those ch-2 corners? Here’s a special stitch that closes gaps usually created by the ch-2 corner. Don’t let the odd stitch overwhelm you. The only difference between a normal double crochet and an adjacent double crochet stitch (adc) is where the hook is placed. This tutorial uses double crochet, but you can use the same technique for half double or single crochet also. Just replace ‘dc’ in the directions with the crochet stitch of your choice..

Welcome friends! This is my first How-To blog post and I am excited to share with you. I am going to show you how to Tunisian Crochet. Some of you may have heard of it and others maybe not. Either …

Welcome friends! This is my first How-To blog post and I am excited to share with you. I am going to show you how to Tunisian Crochet. Some of you may have heard of it and others maybe not. Either …

Most Zigzag crochet stitches usually combine the double crochet, the treble crochet and the chain stitch. This is a simple Zigzag that uses only chain stitches and single crochets. It can be used to make pillows, throw blankets, sweaters, vests etc. This stitch can be used to crochet treasured gifts for family or friends all year round. Here are the steps for crocheting a simple Zigzag stitch into a lovely throw for your living room or bedroom.

Most Zigzag crochet stitches usually combine the double crochet, the treble crochet and the chain stitch. This is a simple Zigzag that uses only chain stitches and single crochets. It can be used to make pillows, throw blankets, sweaters, vests etc. This stitch can be used to crochet treasured gifts for family or friends all year round. Here are the steps for crocheting a simple Zigzag stitch into a lovely throw for your living room or bedroom.

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