Learn Blanket Box Stitch Crocheting Tutorial is a detailed step by step guide and video to help you master simple stitch. It is truly beautiful and looks wonderful in differnt layered colors.
Crocheting is hard as it is, however with a few simple instructions on how to do a very lovely pattern, you will be on your way in no time. The first step is choosing whether or not you will one a single or double crochet. Then you will be able to start. Below is the first two steps in a crochet box stitch along with some important information to know when learning to crochet.
To create a box stitch while crocheting, the first row will be, first need to skip one chain stitch, then you will want to add one single or double crochet. After this is done, you will skip four chains. Lastly, you will add one double or single crochet in the last chain. Now you have completed the first step in creating a crochet box stitch!
For your second row, you want to listen closely because it is a little more tricky than the first. You will want to make one chain, then one double or single crochet in the first double or single crochet. This means, make your chain connected to the first crochet done in step one. Next, you will want to work a front post double or single crochet over the next five treble or double crochet. After this is done you will repeat this step again for the next five. After this is done you will now turn over your work and go to step three.
It is important when crocheting to understand what each step means. Not all steps are easily laid out for you. Some places use different terminology. Such as sc/dc which means single crochet and double crochet. Ch will mean chain. When first learning to crochet it is important you learn all this terminology as it can help you for future reference.
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