Fair Isle Crochet Worked In Rows

This tutorial will show you how to work Fair Isle Crochet in rows and how to keep your floats and tails on the wrong side of your project.

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2 thoughts on “Fair Isle Crochet Worked In Rows

    • You could catch it, but it might start to run inside of the stitches instead of behind. Then you will get the intarsia, or tapestry look and those would show through. Best bet is to do it no more than every 3rd stitch so you can easily keep the float behind the stitch you are working. 🙂

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