Single Crochet

Single crochet can be used as a quick and easy finishing edge on your knitted pieces. It is attached either directly to knit stitches, along a bound-off edge, or as a border for other crochet stitches. It makes a firm finish and helps the edges to lay flat.

1. Skip first 1 chain stitch.

2. Insert hook from front to back in the center of the second chain from the hook.

3. Yarn Over.

 4. Draw the yarn through the chain.

5. There are 2 loops on hook.

 6. yarn over again.

7. Draw through 2 loops on hook.

8. One single crochet has been formed.

When you have reached the end of a row, to begin a second row in single crochet, chain 1, to turn, then single crochet in each single crochet across the row.