A discussion of various crochet techniques, including Interlocking Crochet™, a unique crochet technique which creates a double-sided fabric.
There are various techniques for changing your yarn, either joining a new skein of the same color or adding a new skein of a different color. The four techniques presented in Part 2 are: Russian join, floating yarn, encasing yarn and dropping yarn.
There are various techniques for changing your yarn, either joining a new skein of the same color or adding a new skein of a different color. The five techniques presented in Part 1 are: no knot, single knot, double slip knots, split yarn and felting.
I'm happy to announce that my Gumdrops Baby Blanket pattern is available in the Summer 2014 issue of Crochet!, page 68.
To add a decorative ridge along the shell's change-color row, use a Front Post Cluster edging.
When you are working a striped shell design, adding a simple, decorative border to your change color row allows the new color to peek though the shell edge.
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