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Half double crochet stitch

Half-double crochet stitch
Half-double crochet stitch; third lesson for beginners crochet lessons,
 
teaching crochet from begining to professionalism.
 In this article, I will explain how the stitch works, its English name, its abbreviation, its symbol, and its form in pattern.
 Use it in clothes

 Half-column stitch:

 Name: half double crochet.
 Abbreviated: HDC.
 
 
 Form in the pattern:
 
 

 How to make a half-double crochet stitch:

 

 We start with the start and chain knots and make strings of the size we want, or the number of stitches needed.
 Then we make two strings – the height of the half-double crochet stitch – to start with the stitch from the third chain.
 
 We wrap the thread on the hook, insert it from the chain link,
 
and pull the thread, so that on the hook there are three turns of the thread.
 We pull the thread from the three rolls together, so we made the first stitch, and we repeated it in the second,
 
then the third, and so on until we completed the line.
 
 After completing the line, we flip the piece over to start with the second line,
 
and we rise two strings as in the previous line, and repeat the stitch work, as we did the first line.
 Upon reaching the end of the line, we make the last stitch on the second chain in the previous line
(which it rose at the beginning of the previous line) to keep the ends consistent.

How many stitches are required for any work we do with a half-double crochet stitch?

 We make a small sample of this stitch, so that it is of the same type of thread, and the same size as the hook
 For example, it consists of 15 stitches, and we calculate how much their size is and
we calculate on this basis the length that we want how many stitches should be.
 Or we do 10 cm and count every 10 cm how many stitches you need
 The same applies to the lines we must take to complete our work
 For example, if 15 lines are 10 cm, how many lines do we need to get to the length we want
 This helps us a lot in determining the number of stitches, so that the work is free of errors.
 

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