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Most of us were taught to start the first row by crocheting into the front of the starting chain. Instead, try inserting your hook into the bump on the back of the chain. Surprisingly, this actually creates a much neater, smoother, & more elastic edge that will even mirror your final row perfectly. Since crocheting into that back bump creates a mirror stitch to your last row, it makes seaming & adding a crocheting edging much easier!

Most of us were taught to start the first row by crocheting into the front of the starting chain. Instead, try inserting your hook into the bump on the back of the chain. Surprisingly, this actually creates a much neater, smoother, & more elastic edge that will even mirror your final row perfectly. Since crocheting into that back bump creates a mirror stitch to your last row, it makes seaming & adding a crocheting edging much easier!

Crochet Bead Heart String Free Pattern [Video] -Crochet Cord Free Patterns

Crochet Bead Heart String Free Pattern [Video] -Crochet Cord Free Patterns

crochet - fastening off by planetjune =   Finishing an open piece that will be visible (Invisible Finish)

crochet - fastening off by planetjune = Finishing an open piece that will be visible (Invisible Finish)

Decreasing the total stitches in any row can sometimes leave your work with gaping holes. But that won't be the case if you follow these smart tutorials for decreasing any stitch!

Decreasing the total stitches in any row can sometimes leave your work with gaping holes. But that won't be the case if you follow these smart tutorials for decreasing any stitch!

AMIGURUMI: CROCHETING CLOCKWISE & COUNTER-CLOCKWISE / RIGHT SIDE & WRONG SIDE

AMIGURUMI: CROCHETING CLOCKWISE & COUNTER-CLOCKWISE / RIGHT SIDE & WRONG SIDE

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