In this tutorial, I will show a quick and easy but neat way to change the yarn when working in single crochet stitch (double crochet stitch in UK and Australia).
The same technique will work with other stitches as well, just stop before the last step of the last stitch with the "old" yarn, so you have two loops on the hook and then continue with the steps below.
1. Stop before the last step of the last single crochet stitch with the “old” yarn.
2. Tie the “new” yarn around the “old” yarn and push the knot close to the piece.
3. Cut the “old“ yarn and tie the yarn tails together.
4. Yarn over with the “new” yarn.
5. And draw through both loops on the hook, completing the last single crochet stitch with the "old" yarn.
6. Continue crocheting with the “new” yarn. There will be a step where the yarn is changed.
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