Mee-ow to you all, it is I, Mimi, once again.
Today I’m going to show you another tricky use for slip stitch.
There are several techniques for changing colors mid-row, and this is one of them. The trick is, when you crochet this way, you don’t actually change the color mid-row, it only looks that way. What you are really doing is attaching a second row to the first with extra chain and slip stitches.
Here’s an example of how it can look when it is finished.
So how do you do it?
You start with a block of rows in the first color like this:
Then you slip stitch into the last chain stitch of the block with the new color and add however many more chain stitches you require, like this:
Next you add a row of stitches (the same size stitches as your original block) working your way back to your original chain in the new color.
The next thing to do is secure the top of that stitch with a slip stitch into the side of the same height stitch in the previous color to combine the 2 colors into one row securely.
You then do your turning chain with one stitch less and replace the top stitch with another slip stitch into the other colored stitch beside it in the new row.
From there you turn and continue the row.
You can repeat this for however many rows you need to create the desired effect of a 2 color row.