How To Crochet Into The Back Bump Of A Chain
Crocheting into the back bump of a chain gives your edge a clean, straight look!
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Grab your yarn and hook and let’s go!
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Put a slip knot on your hook,
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Make the number of chains you need,
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On the front of the chain it will look like a row of V shapes, on the back it will look like linked chains.
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Flip the row of chains over and work your first stitch in the little bump that goes across. Work in each bump across.
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The result is a nice neat edge!
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