How to Crochet the Front Post Double Crochet Two Together Decrease

How to Crochet the Front Post double Crochet Two Together Decrease

This video crochet tutorial will help you learn how to crochet the front post double crochet two together decrease. This is a method for decreasing the number of stitches in your work. This decrease is particularly useful when working a fabric using double crochets or front post double crochets.

Materials Used in this Tutorial


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Pattern Instructions

    Skill: Intermediate

  1. Step 1

    Yarn over

  2. Step 2

    Insert hook behind the post of the double crochet in row before and back through to front

  3. Step 3

    Yarn over and draw through the post

  4. Step 4

    Yarn over and draw through the first two stitches on hook

  5. Step 5

    Insert hook into next post and back through to the front

  6. Step 6

    yarn over and draw through again

  7. Step 7

    yarn over and draw through the first two stitches on hook

  8. Step 7

    yarn over and draw through the last two stitches on hook

Swatch Photos

Example of the Front Post Double Crochet Two Together Decrease (Click for Larger)

Example of the Front Post Double Crochet Two Together Decrease (Click for Larger)


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