Block Crochet Pattern Tutorial

Today I’m going to show you how to work up the block crochet stitch.
 Now, I’m not sure if this is a technically accurate name and I apologize for it, but the pattern makes little kind of 3D boxes so I’m sure you’ll know what’s up. Let’s get into this already. I rock a G hook a Medium 4 acrylic yarn.Chain to the length you desire in an increment of 3, then add 2 more.
Single crochet in the second chain from the hook.Then chain twice. Skip the next two stitches in your chain and single crochet in the third one down.Chain twice. Skip the next two chains, single crochet in the third. You’ll start to see these holes in your pattern as you work.Keep repeating this until you reach the end of your chain.
When you get to the end chain 3 and turn.Double crochet in the first two chains .
We’re going to double crochet again, but rather than going in the next available chain like we normally would, we’re going to go UNDER the single crochet in the previous row.
Simply yarn over and put your hook under the single crochet and work the double crochet, business as usual.Continue this process until you reach the end. Double crochet in two chains. Double crochet with your hook going under the single crochet from the previous row.
When you get to the end, chain three times and turn over to begin all over again!

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