Half double crochet decrease
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The half double crochet decrease is also called half double crochet 2 stitches together. This is abbreviated hdc dec or hdc2tog. Two stitches are closed toge...
Tara Fletcher saved to Crochet & Knit
Learning how to Half Double Crochet Two Stitches Together, also known as hdc2tog is a useful crochet stitch to know when making items that have different shapes...
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Learn how to increase and decrease in crochet using basic stitches. Learn sc2tog,, hdc2tog, and dc2tog with this photo tutorial.
Aurora Cortinas saved to Crochet
HDC2TOG stands for Half Double Crochet Two Together, as in taking 2 HDC stitches and making them into 1. Sometimes you can see it referred to as DEC HDC or HDC DEC, which means Decrease HDC. Half dc2tog is a stitch that takes 2 HDC stitches and makes them into 1 HDC. 2 HDC stitches are crocheted together, getting rid of one and leaving the other.
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Learn how to do the Half Double Crochet Decrease or HDCDEC/HDC2TOG stitch with my simple step-by-step photo and video stitch tutorials.
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Learn the half double crochet stitch with this easy beginner's tutorial from Treasurie. Click here to find out how to half double crochet.
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Learn how to do the half double crochet two together (hdc2tog), which is a technique used to create decreases in crochet.
Andrea Jones saved to Crochet
Half double crochet is a stitch that’s quick to make and can be used for a variety of projects. If a project requires shaping, like a crocheted sweater or hat, then increases or decreases will typically need to be used to ensure that the item fits properly.
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