This tutorial is all about how to make the Herringbone Double Crochet.
This stitch leans in the direction you are crocheting, due to the slip stitch at the bottom, and when worked in turned rows it creates a Herringbone pattern in your crocheted fabric.
I used this stitch as the basis for my Sundae Cardigan because it has a lovely subtle texture and beautiful drape – perfect for a loose elegant cardigan. If you’d like to make the Sundae Cardigan you will be able to buy the pattern through Etsy, Ravelry, Love Crafts or the VK Store on the 5th of July 2020.
Right, so on to how to make the Herringbone Double Crochet.
Here are the written instructions with a photo tutorial. Scroll down to watch the video tutorial.
Yo, insert hook into st, yo and pull loop through the st and then through the next loop of the hook (2 loops on hook), *this creates a slip stitch, see photos 1 & 2
yo and pull through 1 loop (2 loops on hook), *see photo 3
yo and pull through last 2 loops. *see photo 4