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2. Push the hook through that stitch from front to back. Hold onto the finished work with your 63 other hand to keep it from spinning and making it impossible to make the stitch. Use your hook hand to keep the loops on the hook from turning. 3. the yarn over (vo) the hook from back to front. 64 4. full the yarn through to the front. This leaves three loopy remaining on the hook.

5. This completes the slip stitch. To summarize: Insert hook, wrap yarn around hook, pull through both loops. 50 The single crochet stitch (abbreviated sc) is used in many of the projects in this book. Since it is not as "leggy" as double crochet and other tall stitches, single crochet is ideal when you want a tighter, more dense look. When working with other stitches in combination, it gives a nice texture. 1. Find the stitch where you will insert the hook. In this photo, it is the second one from the hook, as indicated by the needle.

Pull to front. Wrap again. Pull through all three loops. The double crochet stitch (dc) is justifiably popular. Like the half double crochet, the yarn is wrapped around the hook before the hook is inserted into the stitch. 62 1. Wrap the yarn over the hook from back to front. Find the stitch where you will insert the hook. In the photo, it is the empty stitch next to the three (turning) chains. If you are working into already-made stitches like in this example, push the hook through both loops of the stitch.

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