Take the stress out of starting your next crochet project with these 10 No Beginning Chain Crochet Patterns. These particular crochet afghan patterns are a bit different than your typical crochet blankets because the stitches in the first row are made inside of the chain spaces. A chainless foundation is useful for crochet projects that require a little more stretch because it evens out the tension better. Basically, if you are prone to crocheting too tightly, these chainless crochet afghan patterns will look much more uniform than you are used to.
The main advantage of no beginning chain crochet is that you work the stitches together less and instead get more use out of your yarn for the work that you are putting into it. This style of crocheting also makes it easier to evenly add on crochet edging later and is perfect for textured yarns like boucle or homespun. Add another crochet technique to your arsenal by relieving yourself of beginning with the typical chain stitch and trying out these chainless crochet patterns.
No Beginning Chain Crochet Patterns
If you are having a lot of trouble figuring out how to crochet a chainless foundation, we have you covered. Check out the three links below for video tutorials on this nifty crochet technique. You can learn how to crochet a chainless foundation in a regular way, or do it using half double or double crochet stitches. The possibilities are endless!
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