★☆☆ - Beginner
It's super easy to stop but I use a slightly different method, depending on whether I plan to keep crocheting in a new colour, or if I want to stop work entirely.
METHOD ONE: WHEN YOU WANT TO KEEP GOING
If I've come to the end of a section but I'm just planning to change colour then keep going, here's what I do when working rows.
weave the ends in later). Then simply pull up on the hook so that the end of the yarn pulls through the stitch.
knot on a new colour.
And here's the same thing for working in rounds.
METHOD TWO: WHEN YOU WANT TO STOP COMPLETELY
Here's what I do when I want to finish the work off while working in rows.
weave the ends in later.
Here's how I'd do the same thing when working in the round.
slip stitch has been made, you can cut the yarn and pull through the end, just as we did for rounds 'when you want to keep going' above.
✽ For an almost seamless way to end your rounds have a look at making an invisible finish