Learn How To Create The Crossed Half-Double-Crochet-Stitch
The fabulous crossed half-double-crochet-stitch turns your crocheting projects into a piece, that for all intents and purposes, looks like it has been knitted.
This stitch is usually labelled as ´crossed HDC` in patterns. It is very simple, quick and easy and gives you amazing results.
You basically need to know how to half double crochet, how to chain stitch and skip stitch. However, if you don´t already know how to do these… don´t panic, we´ve got you covered:
- HDC regular stitch, please click on this link for FREE tutorial: HDC regular
- Chain Stitch, please click on this link for FREE tutorial: Chain Stitch
- Skip Stitch, please click on this link for FREE tutorial: Skip Stitch
In many crossed HDC tutorials you will see that a row of regular HDC stitches are inserted between the rows of crossed HDC stitches. Be aware that in this tutorial each row each row will have the crossed stitches and only the very first row will be regular HDC stitches.
We have found a wonderful FREE crochet photo tutorial is by Jessica Potasz from Mama In a Stitch.
To access the FREE crochet tutorial, please click on this link: crossed half double crochet stitch tutorial
Featured image: Jessica Potasz from Mama In a Stitch. – thank you!