For my kitchen window. Made 6 squares for each panel. Crocheted them together in a strip with right sides together through the back loops only. Then single crocheted once all the way around the st...

yarnstarved's Kitchy Curtains

For my kitchen window. Made 6 squares for each panel. Crocheted them together in a strip with right sides together through the back loops only. Then single crocheted once all the way around the st...

Ever wonder how to fill in those ch-2 corners? Here’s a special stitch that closes gaps usually created by the ch-2 corner. Don’t let the odd stitch overwhelm you. The only difference between a normal double crochet and an adjacent double crochet stitch (adc) is where the hook is placed.  This tutorial uses double crochet, but you can use the same technique for half double or single crochet also. Just replace ‘dc’ in the directions with the crochet stitch of your choice.

Adjacent Stitch Square -Subsequent Rounds

Ever wonder how to fill in those ch-2 corners? Here’s a special stitch that closes gaps usually created by the ch-2 corner. Don’t let the odd stitch overwhelm you. The only difference between a normal double crochet and an adjacent double crochet stitch (adc) is where the hook is placed. This tutorial uses double crochet, but you can use the same technique for half double or single crochet also. Just replace ‘dc’ in the directions with the crochet stitch of your choice.

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