Crochet two cluster stitch pictorial – Is also known as dc2tog for US crocheters and tr2tog for UK.
I have used this stitch in quite 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.
Repeat steps 6,7 & 8 for a three or four cluster stitch.
See also my christening shawl pattern
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Crochet Two Cluster Stitch Pictorial
This is an easy and attractive stitch you can use for dishcloths or washcloths, blankets, placemats, coasters, bed covers and many, many more items for your family and around your home, once you have mastered the stitch it does not need a lot of concentration lol.
yo. Yarn Over
2) Insert hook through stitch.
3) Pull up loop, (3 loops on hook)
5) Pull through 2 loops (2 loops left on your hook) yo
6) Insert in same st and pull back loop (4 loops on hook)
8) Pull through 2 loops (3 loops on hook)
9) yo, pull through 3 loops.
Repeat steps 1 to 9 along your row.
You will soon get the stitch momentum going and then you will be doing it at high speed, make sure you pin this st to you boards on Pinterest for when you need it.
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