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Boot cuffs are trendy, but it's also a perfect beginner crochet project. They're made with a simple single crochet stitch, but they have a ribbed look because they're worked in the back loop only, a technique you'll learn with this pattern.What are the basics of crochet for beginners?
Beginning crocheters usually start by learning the chain stitch first. The chain stitch is one of the most important basic stitches you'll need to know because they form the foundation of most crochet projects. In a pattern, the abbreviation for the chain stitch is "ch," or sometimes "chs" for the plural form.What are some easy projects to start with when learning to crochet?
Boot cuffs are trendy, but it's also a perfect beginner crochet project. They're made with a simple single crochet stitch, but they have a ribbed look because they're worked in the back loop only, a technique you'll learn with this pattern. Boot cuffs make welcome holiday stocking stuffers, especially with a matching scarf.What do you need to get started with crocheting?
The three basic crochet supplies you'll need include: An aluminum crochet hook size I-9 or H-8, whichever feels best in your hand Begin by holding your crochet hook like you would hold a pencil, with your thumb and index finger squeezing the hook at the little indentation in the middle known as a finger hold.