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It's so much fun to mix lots of colors into a crochet project, but it can be challenging to change colors without the transition being obvious. The easiest and best way to do that is to finish the last part of a stitch with the new color. For example, if you're doing single crochet stitches and working with Color A, you'd insert your hook, yarn over, pull up a loop of Color A, then yarn over with Color B, and pull through a loop of Color B. You're now ready to work in Color B. With the double crochet stitch, do a yarn over, insert your hook, pull up a loop of Color A, yarn over, pull through a loop of Color A. Now, yarn over with Color B, and pull it through to complete the stitch. The idea is that the last yarn over that you do to finish a stitch should be in the new color that you want to use.