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Mosaic Crochet Ends: Three Ways To Deal With Them

April 17th, 2021

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If you’ve been following along with my Mosaic Crochet Mini Series, I’m sure this is the one part you’ve been desperate for. Because, let’s face it, mosaic is SO fun…but the ends? Not so much. This handy video will show you exactly how to deal with mosaic crochet ends in a no-fuss, easy and quick way. I share multiple methods to tuck away your ends which include:

Ready to deal with those pesky mosaic crochet ends?

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If you missed the first and second parts of this tutorial, I’d highly recommend that you check them out first! You can find them here:

As I mentioned, we’ll be covered Mosaic Crochet Ends today and what to do with them. However if you want to catch the whole series here are the important dates:

  • Overlay Mosaic Crochet (published here)
  • Inset Mosaic Crochet (published here)
  • 3 Ways Of Dealing With Ends! (this blog)
  • NEW PATTERN! (Date TBC)

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WHAT WILL THIS SERIES TEACH ME?

This video will introduce you to the basics of Mosaic Crochet, including:

Mosaic Crochet Video:

  • Reading a chart
  • Basic technique
  • Differences between Overlay and Inset
  • Demonstration of pattern – I’ll be demonstrating using a popular Mosaic pattern.

Once you get the hang of this, your possibilities will be endless!

Braided Band by Sue Stra

If you LOVE stitch tutorials like this, then I highly recommend that you take a look at my Stitch Library or my Crochet Stitches Pinterest board. Both are packed full of FREE tutorials that will have you hooking like a pro in no time!

Related Post: Overlay Mosaic

Related Post: Inset Mosaic

Yarn: In the videos I have used MillaMia Naturally Soft Aran in Stone and Ice. However, as this is a general stitch tutorial any yarn can be used!

Hook: Use the correct hook for your yarn. I have used a 5.5mm

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Darning Needle

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