So, if you have already learned to make a Slipknot and how to Chain from my previous posts and videos, you’ll know how to hook your yarn and pull it through a loop. This is really all the knowledge you’ll need to be able to pull off a Single Crochet.
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Yes, I know my right hand looks creepy in this tutorial, but I’m willing to put my vanity aside for the sake of the art. That’s right.
Chaining is quite possibly the simplest thing you’ll ever do in Crocheting. The hardest part will be figuring out how to grip your hook and yarn. There is no right or wrong way to do it, as long as you accomplish the goal: Hook your yarn and pull it through the loop. This post and video just show how I like to go about it.
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KNOT the band. Hah, I just had to type that gold material up. I do enjoy the occasional pun. So, onto more important things:
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After attempting a Zig-Zag pattern (which I still can’t quite figure out to my liking)
I accidentally came up with a fairly pleasing wavy/ripple pattern:
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Here’s a pattern I came up with after discovering the magic of Granny Squares:
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