Change the thread and change colors when crocheting -this is one of the most important and problematic moments. You can simply tie two ends of a thread, but it will not look nice, it may not be reliable and if you touch the body, the knot can rub. Therefore, we will consider the option of changing the thread, in which we will dispense with a dense knot. Now we will consider the case in which we need to make a transition from one thread color to another with closed or circular knitting (ie, the rows are joined by connecting bars). 1. Take a skein of yarn to which we need to go and do 2. On the bound product, we need to leave the last connecting loop not tied, it needs to be done in a new color. We thread the hook in the first loop of the last row and dress the loop in white. We stretch the white loop through the violet (as if this is a working thread), thereby performing 3. We tie the tails of purple and white one time so that the half-ally was on the wrong side (in the photo of the underside). Do not tighten much, so that the white loop was of normal size 4. Make the upgrade 5. We begin to bind the columns without the crochet in my case and the columns according to the scheme in your version. If we knit a dense canvas, then the tails that go from the nodule are hidden between the loops of the column when it is executed. For this, we hold the tails by positioning them along the canvas and grabbing the working thread behind them, but pulling them out in front. Thus, the tails are in the center of the column. And if you have an openwork knitting, the tails will have to be hidden by hand using a needle, and try to dissolve them in different directions. Thank you for your attention and see you soon on new lessons! Next lesson: "" Always be in the know! Be the first to learn about new lessons by subscribing!