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How to Change Colors in Crochet - About.com
If you would like to learn how to change colors in crochet, I'll be happy to show you how -- for free! In the tutorial posted below, I demonstrate how to change ...
Photo How-Tos Crocheting With Color Changes Within A Row Basics
Photos showing how to do the various details involved with crocheting with color changes within a row. Basics, crocheting over unused color.
Changing Colors How To - Crochet - About.com
These instructions are geared mainly to following color changes on a chart, in single crochet, using the butterfly afghan charts as examples. However, the ...
Changing Colors In Double Crochet - About.com
Photo and instructions on how to change to a different color within a double crochet stitch.
Changing Colors: Hints - Crochet - About.com
Hints and photos showing how to do color change details, such as crocheting over an unused color, carrying unused strand on wrong side.
How to Carry Yarn Up the Sides When Crocheting Stripes - About.com
http://crochet.about.com/od/skillstechniques/ss/Carrying_Yarn.htm ... Avoid Weaving in Ends When Crocheting Stripes; Second Color Change · Striped Crochet ...
Tapestry Crochet Tutorial - About.com
Tapestry crochet is a technique for creating multicolored fabrics that include mid- row color changes. I enjoy using it as a means to crochet colorwork patterns ...
Colorwork Techniques - Learn a Variety of Crochet ... - About.com
How to Change Colors in Crochet Here's a free tutorial for color changes, including step-by-step photos which show the process of changing colors at the end of ...
How to Crochet a Shell Stitch - Illustrated Tutorial - About.com
If you want to continue working in the same color, without doing any color changes, you would complete the single crochet stitch as usual, but do not end off.
Floats in Crochet - About.com
"Floats" is a term used in colorwork. This word describes unused strands of yarn, thread or fiber that are carried across the back of a piece due to a color change ...
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