Double crochet. It can be a bit scary and daunting when learning the double crochet. It’s double the size of a single crochet which means more to do. But it’s really not as scary you may think. You see, you’ve already learned what you need to know. Taking the yarn over the hook and pulling back through. That’s it. Easy and simple.
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You may find that you really like the double crochet stitch once you get started. Most people do. It’s way faster than a single crochet, which means you can make it through your project a lot faster. You will also find a lot more patterns use a double crochet than a single crochet. Let’s check it out!
Watch this video to see how:
And for lefty’s:
A double crochet photo tutorial:
First, you are going to take the yarn over the crochet hook.
Next, insert the crochet hook in the next stitch.
Then, you are going to take the yarn over the crochet hook.
Now, take the yarn over the hook for the third time.
Next, you are going to pull the crochet hook through the first two loops on the hook.
You’ve made it this far, let’s keep going! Take the yarn over the crochet hook again.
Alright, looks like you are getting this! 😊 pull the crochet hook through the last two loops on the crochet hook.
Congrats! You made it! 😊
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And before I completely forget, I know sometimes you need some extra help with something. Well since I'm really busy, it can take me a day or 2 before I can get back to you. The thing is, I feel REALLY bad about that. So I created the Ultimate Knit and Crochet Facebook group. It's got some really awesome women that love to share their projects, help out and get inspired from your cool adventures. But if you'd rather wait, you can always DM me on Insta for a lil extra help. :) All good?
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