Sunday, February 1, 2015
I've been meaning to put up some crochet tips for a while. Here is one for a foundation row that I use regularly because I like my work to look uniform on the ends, and it's much easier to work through the edges when seaming two pieces together. It's especially useful when making a foundation row of different stitches (for example, a row of alternating dc, sc stitches). This simple method works for most every type of stitch. Shown below is a single crochet (sc) row. After your foundation row (typically row 1 in your pattern), continue with your work as you normally would.