Chainless Starting Stitch Cheat Sheet

Use the Chainless Starting Stitches for Perfectly Straight Crochet Edges

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Are the edges of your crochet wavy? Are there gaps from turning chains along the sides? Fix that problem NOW with a Chainless Starting Stitch!


When working back and forth in rows, have you ever had one of these annoying little predicaments?

  1. If you do not count the turning chain as a stitch, the edges of your piece are wavy. The turning chains “bubble” out at the beginning of every other row. OR…
  2. If you do count the turning chain as a stitch, the edges of your piece have little gaps at the beginning of every other row. This happens because a turning chain is not the same shape or thickness as a regular stitch.

While these things aren’t as noticeable with shorter stitches, they can be quite obvious when using taller stitches and longer turning chains.

Well, both of these issues can be avoided.

Just replace that pesky turning chain with a Chainless Starting Stitch! The Chainless Starting Stitch performs the function of a turning chain, but looks like a regular stitch. These stitches aren’t much harder to work than a regular stitch, but can greatly improve the look of your crochet edges.

This FREE Printable Cheat Sheet will show you how to work the Chainless Starting Stitches, and how to use them to replace turning chains in a project.

This is one of my all-time favorite crochet tricks, because it makes my projects look neater and more professional. Take your crochet to the next level with a Chainless Starting Stitch!

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Chainless Starting Stitch Cheat Sheet

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Hey, there!

My name is Brianna, and I’ve been knitting and crocheting since childhood.

I’m here to get your creative juices flowing, help you improve your yarn-ing skills, and make your projects look even more incredible.

Whether you’re just starting out on your crafting journey or you’ve been yarn-ing for years, knitting and crochet shouldn’t have to be frustrating, confusing, or difficult. I believe that with clear, simplified instructions and tutorials, anyone can turn a ball of yarn into something beautiful!

Your Instructor,

Brianna @ Yay For Yarn

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