How to Crochet Gingham Print - Video Tutorial

Gingham print is always hot in the spring and summer months!  It can be used in both timeless and trendy projects, and the color options are truly endless.  Achieving a gingham print in crochet projects is much easier than you would think, and today I have a right and left handed video tutorial to show you how to do it.  This video is also a great reference for learning how to change colors in crochet in general, and the same technique could be applied to any plaid print you want to work with.

 Gingham print is always hot in the spring and summer months!  It can be used in both timeless and trendy projects, and the color options are truly endless.  Achieving a gingham print in crochet projects is much easier than you would think, and today I have a right and left handed video tutorial to show you how to do it.

A few weeks ago I released my Spring Gingham Dishcloths, and I heard a lot of comments from my readers that they would appreciate a video tutorial demonstrating specifically how to change and carry colors.  After you watch this video tutorial, you will be able to make all of my gingham patterns like a pro!  You can also find my matching Spring Gingham Hand Towel pattern for free here to make a matching set :)

So now you're ready to learn how to crochet gingham, right?!  Grab your hook and yarn and follow along with me :)


Supplies for practicing:

  • Any worsted weight yarn in white, a light tone and a mid or dark tone of the same color.
  • Your preferred crochet hook (I used a 5.0mm Clover Amour)
  • Yarn needle
  • Scissors (I always keep these Fiskars Travel Scissors in my hook case)

Right Handed Video:


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