When you know how to change colors in corner to corner crochet, you can make all sorts of beautiful graphgans and images – from stripes to llamas! I’m sharing my best methods and tips for changing colors in C2C crochet here on Moogly, both right and left-handed!
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Corner to Corner Crochet Color Changing Tutorial:
How to Change Colors in Corner to Corner Crochet – Right Handed
How toChange Colors in Corner to Corner Crochet – Left Handed
As Seen in This Video (click each for more info!):
Llama and Cactus C2C Graphgan – FREE Written Pattern!
How to Corner to Corner Crochet – C2C
How to Read Corner to Corner Instructions – Graphed and Written
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Thank you for the easy-to-follow How to Change Colors in C2C video. I am working on my first graphgan . After completing five rows, I realized that I needed better techniques for changing colors. Your approach is the best that I have found. By the way, I am lefthanded and chose to watch your video in the lefthanded format. What a great feature!
Thank you so much, Judy! ♥
I am just learning c2c crochet. I love the videos. My first project is a baby blanket fir my great granddaughter. I have only done 30 rows and it is 18 inches. The total rows are 160. It will be bigger than a bedspread. I am using H hook and baby yarn and half dc. How can I make it smaller? Can this be done in single crochet? The pattern is a picture so I can’t just make it the size I want. Can you help me?
Hi Grace! Thank you so much! I does sound like you might have more luck doing the graph in single crochet, making each stitch one of the blocks.