How To Change Colors In Crochet- Crochet Changing Colors At The Beginning Or End Of A Row

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Learn how to change colors in crochet the correct way with this simple video tutorial. If you need to change colors like for every row or two, how do you do it? Some people weave ends at each color change, some leave a long tail and have a fringe and some run it up the sides if it’s only a row or two.

In this video tutorial, Bobbie Thomson, the voice behind Crochet Guru teaches us how to change yarn color the correct way by demonstrating the single crochet stitch.

In my opinion, this is by far the best video on how to switch colors correctly and how to crochet the ends in and not make knots at the end of each row.

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How To Change Colors In Crochet- Crochet Changing Colors At The Beginning Or End Of A Row

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33 Comments to How To Change Colors In Crochet- Crochet Changing Colors At The Beginning Or End Of A Row

  1. I have never felt safe about not knotting the ends & weaving them in. Am I wrong? I’m so worried about completing a blanket or other large project & eventually having the ends come loose & creating a hole. Earlier today I saw a tutorial on doing a ‘Russian join’. I think I would feel okay with that but just weaving in the ends as is shown in this tutorial scares me. Am I wrong?

    • I was thinking the same thing I made a blanket once and I was just learning and didn’t knot it good enough and the whole blanket fell apart

  2. This is how I change colors but I prefer to weave in the ends instead of crocheting over them, particularly on projects that will be subjected to stretching. I find that the ends bunch up within the work if that section gets stretched, such as with a hat.

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