How to Double Crochet with Rosee Woodland
Crochet • Educational, G, 01-Jan-2018
Once you have made your starter chain, you can then move on to this stitch, which is quite a firm stitch and often used for home furnishings and toys.
Rosee also shows you have to make a turning chain, and talks about crochet Bunting which can be created from simple triangles in crochet using this stitch.
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