The Herringbone HDC Stitch, is an easy to make stitch that creates a subtly elegant fabric. The stitch pattern, with its tilt creates a distinctive V-shape which is usually found in twill and tweed fabrics.
Foundation Chain: Any number of stitches + 1
Begin by creating a slip stitch, hook in the number of chains needed for your project and add 1.
1. Skip 2 chains, Herringbone Half Double Crochet (HBHDC) into the next stitch, HBHDC into every stitch in the chain. Turn your work.
Yarn over ( YO ), insert hook into the designated stitch, YO and pull up a loop into the chain or stitch and through the first loop,
YO and draw up a loop through the two remaining loops on your hook.
2. Chain 2, skip one stitch, Herringbone Half Double Crochet ( HBHDC ) into the next stitch, HBHDC into every stitch in the row. Turn your work .
3. Repeat Step 2 until you have all the stitches and rows needed for your project.
HERRINGBONE HDC VIDEO TUTORIAL
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CROCHET PROJECTS USING THE HERRINGBONE HDC STITCH
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