In the stitch before you want the new color change to occur, work half of the double crochet. To do so, yarn over and insert your hook in the last stitch you want worked in the old color, yarn over again and pull up a loop. Then yarn over and pull through two loops. This will leave you with two loops on your hook.
What does it mean to break a color in crochet?
Break the yarn just means to cut it. It sounds like you may realize that part. There is not really anything special you do about the “way” you cut it, just cut it leaving a tail about 4-6″ long so that you can work the tail in at the end of your project.
How do you break yarn when crocheting?
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- Cut the yarn about 6 inches from the hook.
- Using your hook, draw the cut end of the yarn through the last remaining loop on your hook.
- Pull gently on the tail of yarn to snug up the end.
- Thread the remaining yarn tail onto a yarn needle.
What does break off mean in crochet?
No, break off simply means cut it, but leave about a 3-4″ tail. It won’t unravel, even if the stitch is loose.