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How to Crochet the Primrose Stitch (Left-Handed)

How to Crochet the Primrose Stitch Left-Handed Tutorial
How to Crochet the Primrose Stitch Left-Handed Tutorial

This How to Crochet the Primrose Stitch left-handed video tutorial is super helpful in learning a stitch that can be fairly complicated. This crochet pattern creates a very fun and feminine look to whatever project you may be working on. Plus, the crochet video is super short and takes you from starting at your base chain. The primrose stitch is not one that is extremely difficult to master, but it can be tricky getting down the first time. That is why it is best for you to start off making a pretty dishcloth before working up to bigger projects!

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How to Crochet the Primrose Stitch

Instructions for the Primrose Stitch

  1. Start with a chain that is a multiple of three plus two (i.e. 11).

  2. Single crochet into the third stitch.

  3. Chain two, and single crochet back into the same stitch.

  4. Repeat the process (i.e. skip two chains, single crochet, chain two, and single crochet back into the same stitch.)

  5. When you come to your last two stitches, skip over one stitch and half double crochet into your last stitch.

  6. Turn your work and chain three. 

  7. Now you will do three double crochet stitches into the chain two space you previously created.

  8. Repeat this through the rest of your chain two spaces. 

  9. Make a half double crochet in the chain two at the top of the second chain.

  10. Turn your work and chain two.

  11. Skip the first and single crochet, chain two, and single crochet in the same stitch.

  12. Repeat this process until you get to the last stitch.

  13. Do a half double crochet into the top stitch on your double.

  14. Repeat steps 6 through 13 until you have finished your work.

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