Increasing in Crochet

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In a fabric made of solid, basic stitches, such as double crochet (Fig.130) or treble (Fig.131), increases are made simply by working 2 or more stitches into one stitch at either or both ends of a row. (Note that this method of working several stitches into the same stitch is also used to create many different effects and instructions are always given in crochet patterns).

Fig 130
Fig 131
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