How to crochet in unworked chain loops

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  1. I have had a LOT of people ask me how to do this, even when they are sitting there in front of me, watching me work. It’s confused me a bit for why they didn’t understand what I was doing… BUT, now I can refer them to your blog post! YAY!!!!
    I KNEW there was one more reason why I loved your blog!

  2. Kay Dowling says:

    In my one piece market bag I begin in the “unused” loops of the chain first but work 3 stitches in the “Bottom” – I call them – loops and 3 in the double top loops in the 2nd chain stitch from the hook and in the last chain. Then I continue making the bottom by working 3 stitches into each of the center stitch of the three worked on the previous round. On two of the rounds I increase by one in the stitch before the 1st stitch of the 3 and again in in teh stitch after the last of the 3.

  3. Lynn says:

    How do you find the unworked loop with double crochet stitches? I am making a ruffle pillow and cant figure out where they are for the ruffle. Any help with be appreciated.

  4. Amy says:

    I know this is a stupid question but if you are working in the round, arent you supposed to connect it to the other end at some point?

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