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Dividing Armholes

Welcome to my how to dividing armholes pictorial, I get many requests on how to skip/miss stitches without fastening off when shaping for armholes on my round and square neck
yokes, I use this method in many of my baby patterns, so hope this will help you.

See my Herringbone Half Double Crochet and Ripple stitch Pictorials

dividing armholes pictorial

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Herringbone Half Double Crochet Stitch Pictorial

The crochet herringbone half double crochet stitch pictorial is a stitch you can use for
many projects as it is so easy to do and creates a lovely textured pattern that is great
for blankets, place mats, cushion covers etc.

I have done step by step pictures on how to crochet this stitch below.

See my Piggyback and Two Cluster stitch pictorials.

herringbone half double crochet stitch pictorial

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Crochet Neat Edge Pictorial

My crochet neat edge pictorial is to show you how to get an even look when making a
contrast border.

Have you ever wondered when using a second color why it appears to look rough and
uneven, my pictorial below shows you in four steps how to improve the look.

See my Crab Stitch and Magic Circle Pictorials.

crochet neat edge pictorial

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Crochet Post Stitches

Crochet post stitches are so called because they are worked around the post of the
stitch, they can be used in a variety of designs from ribbing, cabling etc.

I have put together a pictorial below on how to do the front and back post using a dc
or tr (UK).

See my free Baby Puff Stitch Cardigan and Fringed Scarf patterns using this stitch.

crochet post stitches pictorial

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Crochet Two Cluster Stitch Pictorial

Crochet two cluster stitch pictorial – also known as dc2tog for US crocheters
and tr2tog for UK, I have used this stitch in a few of my designs and probably
will in lots more in the future, this step by step pictorial shows you how to
crochet it, I love the closeness of the stitch and the warm look it gives.

Repeat steps 6,7 & 8 for a three or four cluster stitch.

See also my christening shawl pattern

crochet two cluster stitch pictorial

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