How to Crochet: Linked Double Crochet (Ldc)By Candace – 17 Comments
Linked double crochets are closer together than traditional double crochet stitches. The fabric they create is more dense and stiffer.
If you’re left handed, you can hover over the pictures with your cursor to see the left hand view.
Find the lower horizontal bar of the stitch. It’s actually slightly diagonal (more so if the preceding stitch is a traditional dc), but when you’re done, it will be more level and the resulting stitch will resemble two rows of single crochet.
Insert your hook into the bar.
Yarn over, and pull up a loop.
Insert your hook into the next stitch.
Yarn over and pull up a loop.
Now, continue like you would for a normal dc. YO, draw through two loops
YO, draw through two loops
Done! Leave a comment if you need any help.