Turning chains for stitch

Turning Chains

At this stage your foundation chain will end and you have to start adding rows above it. Making turning chains will enable you to make a new row. After you hit the end row, you need to determine how tall your successive rows should be, and this necessiates crocheting a certain number of chain stitches so as to get your work to the desired height of the next row. The stitches are directly proportional to the chains; the taller the stitch, the greater will be the number of extra chains.

Here is the number of turning chains you will need to make for each stitch:

* Slip stitch = 1 turning chain

* Single crochet = 1

* Half-double crochet = 2

* Double crochet = 3

* Triple crochet = 4

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