How To Make Your Intarsia Project Truly Reversible

So you are making a project in Intarsia crochet, but some of your color changes are way off from row to row.  This means you have long tails running across the back of your work where one row of color suddenly jumps a great number of stitches before picking up on the next row.

How can you eliminate these and have a completely reversible fabric? Have no fear, Intarsia Tutorial #2 is here. Learn how to hide those tails in your Intarsia project with the video below.

Do you Intarsia crochet? Have another way to hide tails? We (the readers and I) would love to hear about it. Share with us below!

Questions or Comments? Let me know below.

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