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How to Crochet a Double Crochet Decrease Stitch Left-Handed Tutorial

How to Crochet a Double Crochet Decrease Stitch
How to Crochet a Double Crochet Decrease Stitch
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The Double Crochet Decrease stitch is a gorgeous way to add a littler versatility into your crochet patterns. This How to Crochet a Double Crochet Decrease Stitch left-handed video tutorial will show you exactly how it's done. Plus, this pattern is excellent if you're looking to add a fancy design to a shawl or shirt you are making. These angled decreases really create a special and unique kind of effect on your crochet stitches. The best part is that this crochet video makes following along with this tutorial a breeze, so you will be a master of this crochet stitch in no time! 


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Double Crochet Decrease Stitch

How to Master a Double Crochet Decrease Stitch

  1. Start by yarning over and inserting your hook into a stitch. Yarn over and pull up a loop. 

  2. Then you will yarn over and pull through two loops, leaving two loops on your crochet hook.

  3. Next, you will yarn over and insert your hook into the next stitch. Yarn over and pull up a loop, leaving four loops on your crochet needle. 

  4. Yarn over and pull through the first two loops. Then yarn over and pull thorugh the remaining three loops on your crochet hook.

  5. Repeat this process to create the double crochet decrease stitch pattern. 

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