How to do Split Single Crochet Stitch aka Splsc

How to do Split Single Crochet Stitch aka Splsc

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Crochet Split Single Crochet Stitch

Crochet Split Single Crochet Stitch

Split Single Crochet Stitch

Learn how to change the position of doing the single crochet to compact down the stitch to thicken up the fabric and create a shallow single crochet.

Drive the hook through the legs of the stitch and it will force the stitch to cover over more of the existing single crochet to thicken it up.

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