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Crochet Increase Tutorial

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Crochet Increase Tutorial

Learn how to crochet increases throughout your work with this fantastic step-by-step video from Heidi Gustad. This technique lets you add stitches per round or row, increasing the size of your work. This is also useful for amigurumi patterns. This and the crochet decrease are instrumental at creating a three-dimensional toy that anyone will enjoy. This is a super easy technique that involves crocheting multiple stitches in one space. 

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In this video, she made the opposite mistake as she made in the decrease video. She actually skipped a row increase. Then, when she crocheted the third row, she increased on the opposite as the first side increase, which made it look more like an upside down Christmas tree, as opposed to a wedge.

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