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The crocodile stitch allows you to add relief to a work. This item is very popular for making scarves and bags. 1. First, start with actu: 737421 make a basic chain with a number of stitches multiple of six and add four more air stitches at the end of the row.
2. Then make a single treble crochet in the fourth stitch on your chain.
3. Make two stitches in the air then make two single double crochet three stitches to the left of the stitch in which you made the previous single double crochet. Continue in this way all along your basic chain to finish the first row.
4. Then turn your work and make five single flanges in the stitches forming the single flange of the lower row, starting from the closest stitch to the basic chain.
5. Continue with five single double crochet in the stitches of the second single double crochet from the bottom row.
6. Skip the next two single double crochet and make five single double crochet, as shown in steps 4 and 5, in each of the next two single double crochet from the bottom row. Repeat this until the end of the row.
7. Turn the work inside out.
8. Make a new row by successively repeating two single double crochet, one chain stitch, single crochet and one chain stitch until the end of the row.
9. Go to the fourth row and carry out the same operations as for the second row, namely five single flanges in each of the first two single flanges. Then skip the next two single double crochet and make five single double crochet in each of the two single double crochet in the bottom row.
10. Continue in this way until the end of the fourth row to obtain a crocodile stitch.