Working in the Back Bump of your Starting Chain
I’m a fan of working in the back bump of a starting chain. It creates a finished edge on the starting chain which matches the top edge of the row. It looks nicer and I think creates a more flexible starting chain with fewer gaps.
As always, the easiest way to learn something is to have someone show you-thank you internet for giving us this ability! (In addition to being a crochet addict, I’m a bit of a geek, if you haven’t already figured that out…) So I have spent my day off today (yeah! a day off) trying to figure out how to film a video and upload to my website. Hopefully, this will work and I’ll be able to show you this awesome method.
Here it goes!
4 thoughts on “Starting Crochet-Working in the Back Bump, video how-to”
Great tip…and the video really helped. Had heard of the back bump, but wasn’t sure where it was until I saw your video. Thanks, Darleen.
Great! So glad you liked it and that it helped. : )
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I love working in the back bump. It makes my project look better.