Single Crochet 2 Together (SC2TOG)

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Learn how to combine two, three, or more stitches together! In this lesson, learn the basics of combining stitches, beginning by single crocheting two together.

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Andrea G
Thank you very much.
Sedruola Maruska
My pleasure Andrea!
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Alice L
Your instruction are so easy to understand!
Sedruola Maruska
Thank you Alice! I very much appreciate that!
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dorothy b
clear, easy to understand.
Sedruola Maruska
Thank you Dorothy! :)
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Michelle R
Thank you so much for this instruction. I'm new to crocheting, since I crocheted heavily in the 70's and forgot alot. What does it mean at the end of a pattern to join, and the numbers in parenthesis?
Sedruola Maruska
Hey Michelle, Join probably means you're working in a circle and you need to join both ends to create the circle. The number in the parenthesis after the row usually is the number of stitches you should have after working that row. :)
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Erin C
You certainly make this learning process easy. I love the way you teach!
Sedruola Maruska
Thank you so much Erin!
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