Single crochet two together is a common crochet technique that is used to decrease the number of stitches. It is commonly abbreviated as sc2tog in written crochet patterns.
Single crochet decrease is also another wording I’ve seen for this stitch. For this quick photo tutorial I’ve used a length of chain, but you can single crochet any two stitches together with this way.
Any yarn and compatible hook. In this tutorial I’m using:
- Hobby Lobby’s I Love This Yarn
- a 4mm crochet hook
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Sc3tog-joining three crochet stitches together.
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Single crochet (sc2tog) the first two chains together.
And there you have formed one sc2tog and therefore have one less stitch.
I hope this little tutorial was helpful. Please ask if you have any questions!