It’s Tip Tuesday! Today, I’m going to talk about a question that I see very frequently on discussion boards: how do you if you’re crocheting inside-out?
The good news is that, most of the time, even though it looks like you may be crocheting inside-out… it’s no big deal! You don’t have to start over, you can simply turn the piece, and keep crocheting. Let’s look at an example.
In the photo below, I’m crocheting a small amigurumi piece (it’s a sneak peak at my new whale design, if you’re curious) in the round. The right side is on the inside, and the wrong side is on the outside. So, it seems ‘inside-out’.
Should you get all worried that you’ve been crocheting backwards? Of course not!
Did you know it would be that easy?
Hope that helps a few people out! Check back next Tuesday for another helpful crocheting tip… and feel free to shoot me an email if you have a request!