Beginner Level: Lesson 11: Double Crochet Join

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In Lesson 11:  Beginner Crochet: Double Crochet Join You Will Learn

  • How to join a new piece of yarn with a double crochet stitch
  • How to finish off your yarn
  • How to weave in your yarn ends

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How to Crochet:

BEGINNER LEVEL LESSON 11 DOUBLE CROCHET JOIN

 

Tip: Unless the pattern instructions you are following indicate otherwise, crochet stitches are worked under both loops of the stitch (i.e. the front and back loops).

 

Stitches Used in this Video Tutorial

Double Crochet Stitch

Double Crochet (dc):  Yarn over the hook. Insert your hook into the specified stitch; yarn over the hook and pull up 1 loop. There are three loops on the hook. Yarn over the hook and draw through two of the loops on your hook. Two loops remain on the hook. Yarn over the hook and draw through the remaining two loops.

Techniques Shown in this Video Tutorial

  • Double Crochet Join
  • Finish Off
  • Weave In Ends

Photo Tutorial Example for Half Double Crochet Join:

Please visit this post: How to Join New Yarn with A Standing Double Crochet Stitch

 

Standing Double Crochet Join Oombawka Design

This photo tutorial also shows you how to work over your ends to keep them hidden.


For a handy printable table with all the basic terms please see this post: Basic Crochet Terms Translated


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Crochet Hook pictured in the video: Clover Amour Crochet Hook

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