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How to Single Crochet with a Normal Chain

One of the most commonly-used stitches when crocheting is the single crochet stitch.  This stitch can be used to create a number of projects, including simple scarves.  Due to the fact that the stitch is so short, it allows your project to be tighter than it would if you used a double crochet stitch or one that’s larger.  If you know how to create a slip knot and a chain, all you need to learn now is how to single crochet and you can begin to create your own crochet projects!  Watch the video below to learn how to single crochet with a normal chain.

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4 thoughts on “How to Single Crochet with a Normal Chain

  1. […] and half double crochet stitches are very convenient.  Sometimes, you may not have the time to single crochet an entire scarf, but still want it to be semi-tight.  Maybe you just don’t have enough […]

  2. […] you will need to know how to create a single crochet foundation chain with an adjustable slip knot, how to single crochet, and how to create a slip […]

  3. […] crochet stitches, with the others–from shortest to tallest–being slip stitches, single crochet stitches, half-double crochet stitches, and double crochet […]

  4. […] In order to complete this project, you will need to know how to create a slip knot, how to create a single crochet foundation chain, and how to single crochet. […]

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