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Skipping A Crochet Stitch Illustrated
With A Photo by Sandi Marshall

When a pattern's directions say to skip the next stitch; this illustrates how to skip a stitch:


Photo S Marshall
Skip next stitch (white circle indicates the stitch that would be skipped). The next stitch to be worked is then crocheted in the following stitch. This photo shows a double crochet stitch in progress being crocheted in the next stitch after the skipped stitch.

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