Learn how to work the half double crochet (HDC) in BETWEEN the stitches by following the step-by-step photo tutorial below.
If you know how to crochet the basic half double crochet, you should definitely give it a try!
I love trying new and beautiful crochet stitches and this stitch is quite simple and perfect for adventurous beginners.
I’ve used the half double crochet working in between the stitches in several projects, so I decided to share a photo tutorial with you on how to do it!
Working between posts is an alternative to working through both loops, back loops or front loops.
To work between stitches, the hook is inserted underneath all three loops of the stitch. It’s a gorgeous and very easy crochet stitch that creates a beautiful and feminine texture.
Once you learn how to work half double crochet in between the stitches from the photo tutorial below, you can check out these beautiful crochet patterns using this stitch:
Half Double Crochet In Between Stitches TUTORIAL
Start with a chain any length. Then, work first row of half double crochet worked in the standard way starting from 3rd chain from the hook. Turn.
Second row starts with chain 2 (doesn’t count as a stitch here and throughout). Then, yarn over and insert your hook underneath the three loops between stitches – notice the open space between the first and the second stitch on the right.
Next, pull through remaining two loops.
Continue working half double crochet in between stitches across, until the end of the row. Make sure you make the last stitch in between the last hdc stitch and chain 2 from the row below.
After the last stitch turn your work.
Repeat instructions from Step 2 as many times as you wish.
MORE CROCHET TUTORIALS
Ready to try new crochet techniques? Here are some crochet tutorial for you to check out.
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I’d love to hear what you think about this stitch. If you have any questions or need any help, please leave a comment below.