• 5:33

    Single Crochet Invisible Decrease

    The invisible decrease is an interesting decrease to explore in crochet. Rather than simply crocheting two stitches together, you’ll work the stitches in a manner that makes the decrease blend into the crochet fabric. This decrease is perfect for projects like amigurumi and other small toys. In this video, Corrina Ferguson demonstrates how to work…

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  • 7:04

    Treble Crochet Decrease

    The treble crochet decrease is a decrease that takes two treble crochet stitches and reduces them to a single stitch. This decrease may be used when a piece worked in treble crochet needs to be shaped, like a bottom-up shawl or lacy crocheted sweater. In this video, Jen Lucas demonstrates how to work a treble…

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  • 6:52

    Half Double Crochet Decrease

    Half double crochet is a stitch that’s quick to make and can be used for a variety of projects. If a project requires shaping, like a crocheted sweater or hat, then increases or decreases will typically need to be used to ensure that the item fits properly. The half double crochet decrease is a simple…

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  • 6:31

    Double Crochet Decrease

    Double crochet is a popular stitch used for all sorts of projects. If a project needs to be shaped, like a crocheted hat or sweater, then increases or decreases typically need to be used in order for the item to fit properly. The double crochet decrease is a simple decrease that takes two stitches and…

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  • 5:34

    Single Crochet Decrease

    The single crochet stitch is commonly one of the first stitches that is mastered when learning to crochet. Amigurumi toys and baby sweaters can easily be made knowing just this one stitch. If making one of these projects, or a variety of other projects, decreases may need to be used in order to shape the…

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