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Decrease are different depending on the stitch are you working with. If you are working with single crochets, you may want to make a single crochet decrease, or if you are using double crochet you may want to do a double crochet decrease.
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How to Crochet in the Round - dummies To begin a crochet design that you work in rounds, you first create a center ring and then crochet the first round. After you complete the number of stitches needed for the first round, join the first and last stitches of the round to complete the circle. Adding more rounds to your work is similar

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How to Crochet for Beginners: Yarns, Patterns and Projects Hold the crochet hook in a way that feels comfortable for you. While there is no right way to hold a crochet hook, there are two basic styles which can be reversed, depending on which is your dominant hand.

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Strip Method Crochet Rose - Megan Materials DMC Cebelia No 10 thread hook Rose is approximately (1.4 inches) across Directions Note: Leave a long tail at the start so that you can use it to roll-and-stitch the rose together.

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Crochet gloves pattern – fingerless, full fingers or. Here's a crochet gloves pattern for you. You can work them with full fingers or half fingers, as you like, or even with slits in the fingers so you can poke your fingers through to fasten zippers, pull on mittens for kids, dig for change or find your door key.

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How to Decrease Single Crochet - dummies You can decrease a stitch (abbreviated dec), which is really just subtracting a stitch, in a single crochet row. You decrease stitches in single crochet in the same places that you increase stitches — at the ends of the row or somewhere in the middle: You’ve completed one single crochet stitch

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How to Crochet: Extended Single Crochet Stitches (exsc) Extended single crochet stitches (exsc) are very similar to single crochet stitches, but as the name suggests, they are extended to be slightly taller. Here is the abbreviated instructions for exsc – (pull up a loop in next stitch, yarn over, pull through 1 loop on hook, yarn over, pull though

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Crochet Abbreviations Master List Welcome to the Craft. Following is a list of crochet abbreviations used in patterns by yarn industry designers and publishers. In addition, designers and publishers may use special abbreviations in a pattern, which you might not find on this list.