March 31, 2011 at 3:29 pm

Decrease In Crochet

Crochet! magazine isn't the same old magazine that your grandmother had. Jam-packed with trendy, fun designs that you'll love wearing as much as you enjoy crocheting. Let's say you're in the middle of a crochet project, and it tells you to make a decrease. NexStitchâ„¢ features free crochet videos for the double crochet decrease stitch! Each crochet tutorial video is geared to help you learn to crochet. The simplest decrease is to skip a stitch. The following decreases, which crochet two stitches together, do not leave a hole in the work. This technique is used to decrease one stitch over the course of two stitches. About H&N. Hook & Needles is a crochet and knitting blog.

Decrease In Crochet

  • It's about all the cool stuff I stumble upon More.
  • Best Answer: To increase you do two of the same stitches in one stitch.
  • To decrease you stitch two stitches at the same time.
  • Increases and decreases are used to make your fabric (the pieces of your project) gradually wider or narrower.
  • Increasing and Decreasing Crochet Stitches: Fiber artist Toni Lipe demonstrates how to increase and decrease crochet stitches.
  • Part 1. In this lesson I'll finally explain how to increase and decrease your work.

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