How to Crochet: Linked Half Double Crochet (Lhdc)By Candace – 14 Comments
Linking half double crochet stitches (and other stitches) eliminates the space between the stitches and creates a denser fabric. The stitch is simple to make and is great for when you need a tighter horizontal gauge.
If you’re left handed, you can hover over the pictures with your cursor to see the left hand view.
Start by finding the vertical thread at the left side (right, if you’re left-handed) of the stitch.
Insert your hook into the thread.
Yarn over, and pull up a loop.
Insert your hook into the next stitch.
Yarn over and pull up a loop.
Draw through all three loops on the hook.
And there you have it! If you need help, feel free to leave a comment below.