Wednesday, February 11, 2015

How to Single Crochet Two Together or sc2tog (Photo + Video tutorial)

The single crochet two together stitch or sc2tog as it is abbreviated in crochet patterns is a very common and easy way to decrease from two stitches to one stitch.  Follow along step by step through the photo tutorial and be sure to check out the video tutorial below too.  Happy crocheting!

To sc2tog, begin by inserting your hook into the stitch,

And bring up a loop (2 loops will be on the hook),

Next insert the hook into the next stitch,

and bring up a loop (3 loops will be on the hook),

Wrap yarn around hook,

And bring the hook through all three loops on the hook, you will now have just one loop on the hook.

Finished!  You have now decreased from two stitches to one stitch.  Be sure to check out the video below too and crochet right along to learn:

Happy Crocheting!

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  1. i love to learn new things ..thanks for sharing fantastic tutorial about crochet!!

  2. Thank you for the video; I’m new to crocheting and having the video is easier for me to follow along.


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