Updated: Feb 25
Today’s post is the next step up from chains, it’s the one, the only…
This one is pretty much used in every single pattern you find out in the world. If it’s not in the main pattern itself, you, most assuredly, can find the stitch in the edging of the pattern. So, let’s get started, shall we?
Time for the "How To" Part
So, let’s say you already have your starting chains, which will, most of the time, be called the “foundation chain”, because it’s literally the foundation on which your pattern starts.
Anyway, it’s time to start the first row, and it’s basically all “single crochets”. What you’ll need to do is count two chains from the loop that’s already on your hook. Ready? Count with me: