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Interlocking Crochet™

A description of the Interlocking Crochet™ technique which creates double-sided fabric. It includes how-to videos. Written instructions available at www.InterlockingCrochet.com.
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Girl's Afghan (Side 2) pattern available at Interlocking Crochet website containing free patterns, free videos and blogs dealing with Interlocking Crochet™.

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Girl's Afghan (side 1) pattern available at Interlocking Crochet website containing free patterns, free videos and blogs dealing with Interlocking Crochet™.

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Bamboo Tote pattern available at Interlocking Crochet website containing free patterns, free videos and blogs dealing with Interlocking Crochet™.

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Diamond Baby Blanket pattern available at Interlocking Crochet website containing free patterns, free videos and blogs dealing with Interlocking Crochet™.

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This tutorial is the slowed down demonstration on how to unite the A and B sides of Interlocking Crochet™. For written instructions go to www.InterlockingCrochet.com.

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A tutorial to walk you through Bargello, a single design.

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Interlocking Crochet website containing free patterns, free videos and blogs dealing with Interlocking Crochet™.

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Other side of Four Panel Interlocking Crochet™ Afghan. Free pattern available at www.InterlockingCrochet.com.

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Four Paneled Interlocking Crochet™ Afghan. Free Pattern available at www.InterlockingCrochet.com

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A tutorial demonstrating how to add a gumdrop edging to your project. For additional information go to www.InterlockingCrochet.com.

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Add a colorful, criss-cross crocheted edging to your Interlocking Crochet™ project. Perfect for an afghan, baby blanket or placemats. For more information visit www.InterlockingCrochet.com.

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The Front Post Stitch (FPdcif) and the Back Post Stitch (BPdcib) are normal post stitches executed in the Interlocking Crochet™ technique. They create columns on one side of the fabric and vertical chains on the other side of the fabric. This design is created by alternating rows of Front Post Stitches and Back Post Stitches.

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Step 7: Create a border and instructions for uniting both the A and B sides into one fabric.

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Step 6 - Instructions for Zigzag Design so you can practice Interlocking Crochet™. This design creates a bold single-side pattern (the same on each side) which works well in afghans, baby blankets, scarves, etc.

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Step 5: A tutorial demonstrating how to end A and B rows in Interlocking Crochet™.

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Step 4: Instructions for dcif or Front Stitch. Description of how to crochet an Interlocking Crochet™ Front Stitch or dcif, one of the main stitches used to create a reversible fabric. Single-side designs have the same design on each side.

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Step 2: Instructions for dcib or Back Stitch. Description of how to crochet an Interlocking Crochet™ Back Stitch or dcib, one of the main stitches used to create a reversible fabric.

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Step 1: Creating the Foundation Mesh. A description of how to crochet two foundation meshes for Interlocking Crochet™.

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Introduction: A description of the various fabrics created by the Interlocking Crochet technique. These include the single-sided design that is the same on both sides. The double-sided design has a different design on each side. Each side has a different dominant color.

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