How To Herringbone Double Crochet

Herringbone Double Crochet

HERRINGBONE DOUBLE CROCHET

STITCH TUTORIAL

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The Herringbone double crochet stitch is a popular stitch used in creating a wide variety of projects, from crochet blanket to crochet tops and hats.

This beautiful stitch derives its name from the pattern its fabric produces, the sloping stitches in opposite rows creates a visual image that resembles a fishbone.

MATERIALS

  • ARAN / WORSTED WEIGHT YARN
  • 5 MM CROCHET HOOK
  • STITCH MARKERS
  • SCISSORS

Foundation Chain: Any number of chains + 2

Begin by creating a slip knot and chain 17.

1. Skip 3 chains and Herringbone Double Crochet (HBDC) in the next chain and in every chain in the row.

HERRINGBONE DOUBLE CROCHET

Yarn over and insert your hook into the designated chain or stitch, yarn over and pull through the chain and the first loop on the hook,

yarn over and draw through one more loop on the hook,

yarn over and pull through both loops on the hook.

2. Chain 3 (Counts as DC),

HBDC in the next stitch and in every stitch in the row.

3 onwards. Repeat Step 2 for the pattern until you have reached the necessary amount of rows neede for your project.

Enjoy using this pattern and see you again in our next tutorial!

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HERRINGBONE DOUBLE CROCHET VIDEO TUTORIAL

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