A discussion of various crochet techniques, including Interlocking Crochet™, a unique crochet technique which creates a double-sided fabric.
I'm happy to announce that two of my projects are included in Knit & Crochet Now Season 5.
What's new? This month there are two new Interlocking Crochet™ Reversible Designs – Screen Mesh & Antique Brooch, plus two baby items using these beautiful new designs.
Now that you have finished your Interlocking Crochet panel or baby blanket, how do you unite the A and B sides into one fabric?
Is there a difference in how you end an Interlocking Crochet A or B row? The answer is "yes" and "no".
Interlocking Crochet is worked mainly with two stitches – the Double Crochet in the Back (Dcib) or Back Stitch and the Double Crochet in the Front (Dcif) or Front Stitch.
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