Learn to crochet the Horizontal Chevron Stitch 💕
For this Tuesday's tutorial, I've decided to demonstrate how to crochet a modified version of the Horizontal Chevron Stitch. It uses only single crochet and a modified version of Front Post Treble Crochet. It's modified in the sense that there is no gap in the back where a stitch is usually skipped when working post stitches. That modification makes it great for use with garments and even blankets when you aren't wanting gaps in your fabric. The video is on the YouTube Channel, as well as below. If you prefer a pdf, you're in luck! I have a free printable pdf on the website at this link. If you'd like to pin it, here's an image for you to pin :)
Have you ever used a Furl's hook?? I just got my first ones earlier this year and all I can say is "WOW!" I love it! They have a lovely weight to them and I love how the tip is not too blunt. I feel like it even shaved a bit of time off of a baby afghan I made a couple months ago. If you ever feel like trying one, please consider using my affiliate links below.
Furls Crochet Hook:
Yarn: Paintbox Simply DK - https://www.lovecrafts.com?utm_medium=affiliate&a_aid=eccf469a