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How to Crochet a Picot Stitch Left-Handed Tutorial

How to Crochet a Picot Stitch
How to Crochet a Picot Stitch
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This How to Crochet a Picot Stitch left-handed video tutorial makes mastering this crochet stitch a breeze! The picot stitch can be worked within a pattern, but it is mostly used for creating gorgeous decorative edges to the crochet project you are working on. This specific crochet stitch would be perfect for adding a lovely lace-type of effect to a scarf or the edges of hat. However, there are tons of different crochet projects you could use this stitch in. Plus, this crochet video breaks down how to do this stitch so it's as easy as 1, 2, 3.

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How to Crochet a Picot Stitch

Instructions for Learning the Picot Stitch

  1. Insert your hook into the stitch yarn over and pull up a loop, and make a single crochet stitch.

  2. To make the picot start by chaining three.

  3. Insert your hook into the back of the bar of the stitch of the first chain stitch. Yarn over and pull up a loop.

  4. Pull your second loop through your first loop, like a slip stitch.

  5. Insert your hook into the next stitch and do a chain stitch to close it off. 

  6. Repeat this pattern to create decorative edging on your crochet pattern!

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why does the camera keep going from sort of near to way too far away? It is disorienting at least to a beginner.

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