The herringbone half double crochet (HHDC) stitch is a simple stitch to learn and is a lovely variation of the half double crochet (HDC) stitch.
Read on down to learn how to make this beautiful stitch! Don’t forget to subscribe to the RPD YouTube channel too!
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The herringbone half double crochet is an interesting variation of the half double crochet. When you work up this stitch you will see what I’m trying to put into words but basically, it gives a crochet project some really great texture!
And I don’t want to forget to mention that this stitch is so EASY to make too! If you can half double crochet then you definitely can make an HHDC! Read on down to learn how and…
Happy Stitch Learning!
How to Herringbone Half Double Crochet (HHDC)
Be sure to check out the HHDC video below!
Herringbone Half Double Crochet (HHDC):
- yarn over
- insert hook into the stitch indicated
- yarn over (3 loops on hook)
- pull up a loop and pull that loop thru the first loop on the hook (2 loops on hook)
- yarn over
- pull thru remaining two loops on the hook
That’s it! An HHDC is now complete!
Herringbone Half Double Crochet Video Tutorial
Click here to see the video lesson about the HHDC stitch on YouTube.