Crochet:Tturning when working double crochet

How do I get a straight piece?
Which is the first stitch to work into after you turned?
Which is the last stitch to work into?

In this DROPS Video we show an example on how to work double crochet (dc) back and fort with 5 sts.

Chain 1 st less than the number of dc you want (in our sample 5) + ch 3 additional stitches, i.e we chain 4+3 = 7.

Work a dc in 4th ch from hook, work dc in each of rem ch across, turn.

Ch 3 to turn with that replaces the first dc on next row, work a dc in 2nd, 3rd and 4th dc on row, and then 1 dc in 3rd ch from beginning of last row, turn.

Repeat last row for a straight piece with a constant number of stitches.

The video above can be used in the following patterns

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Comments (1)

Beth Sherwood 27.09.2015 - 16:23:

Video says treble crochet but shows double crochet.

DROPS Design 28.09.2015 - 10:35:

Dear Mrs Sherwood, UK-English and US-English have different crochet terminology - read more here and remember to check the language of the video you are looking, you can change it by selecting the correct flag on the icon. Happy crocheting!

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