A DIY Crochet Video Tutorial on how to make the Reverse Single Crochet stitch, also known as the Crab Stitch. This makes a nice, decorative edge to use on your crochet to give it a professional look. I hope you give it a try.
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The Reverse Single Crochet is abbreviated as rsc in patterns. As the name implies, you are working in the opposite direction than you normally would. The stitch is made the same way as a traditional single crochet except you put your hook in the previous stitch to begin. Each stitch makes a bump and has a nice, textured edge. I love using this on blankets and hats, and would be great on any knit or crochet project that needs a decorative edge. I hope you will give this a try. Thanks for watching!
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