Updated: May 25
Today’s post is another standard crochet stitch. This one, isn’t used as often as the others, that’s why I chose to do this one last, because I highly doubt many crochet projects will use this one. It’s actually only essential when you’re making a curve for a flower, or a mandala, or if the pattern requires a curved or pointed edge in the pattern.
I’m talking about the Half-Double Crochet. If you haven’t already guessed by now, it’s literally the double crochet, but it misses out the last step, because the first step pulls through all the loops. For those of you who guessed that, that’s great! For those of you who didn’t, here’s how you do it!
So, let’s take it from the top. If you’re working on a foundation chain, you’re looking at the third