Reverse double crochet stitch?
I was at a friend's house and she had a lovely table runner crocheted by her grandmother in crochet cotton. I looked closely at it, and noticed that most of the stitches were double crochet and chain stitches; simple! Tags: stitch help Current Mood:
Actually, not so much. All the rows were stitched in the same direction; that is, it didn't look like she turned her work between rows. The fronts of all the stitches were on the same side of the table runner. Is that even possible without cutting the thread and starting over on each row? Is there such a thing as a reverse double crochet stitch that looks just like the regular double crochet? I couldn't see evidence that each row started over with a new piece of thread; It really didn't look like there were tails woven in the ends of every row (God forbid!).