Ever wondered how to add a new ball of yarn when crocheting? Or how to change color in the middle of a row? Or what the heck is the difference between Fair Isle, tapestry, and intarsia crochet? Look no further than this post! Learn everything you need to know about crochet color changes right here.
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Crochet gets really fun when you dip your toes into color. Whether you’re going for stripes, color blocking, or adding fun words and pictures to your projects, you need to know the right technique to make your colors really pop. This post shares 8 different techniques to add color to your crochet projects.
What You Will Learn
Adding color in crochet doesn’t have to be intimidating. In fact, color takes crochet to the next level and it’s not hard to learn at all. I share my techniques in bright colors with clear video and quality sounds so nothing will separate you from understanding these concepts.
Here’s a breakdown of the crochet techniques we’ll learn today:
- Changing color at the end of the row, for single crochet, half double crochet, and double crochet
- How to work two color stripes
- How to work three color stripes WITHOUT cutting yarn
- Adding a new ball of yarn & dealing with knots
- Standing stitched and changing color in the round
- Tapestry crochet
- Fair Isle crochet
- Intarsia crochet
Master Crochet Color Change Techniques
Click play on the video below to learn everything you need to know about crochet color changes!
Colorful Crochet Projects
Now that you know everything about crochet color changes, put that knowledge to the test! Try these cool and colorful crochet projects.