Crochet Puffy Round Button Tutorial 7 Reverse Single Crochet Trim

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Get the more patterns at http://sheruknitting.com/ In this tutorial we show you the other way how you can crochet a puffy little round element. You can use this element like button or as decoration for any other piece of work. To make this crochet button we work couple of rounds of long single crochet stitches and reverse single crochet trim. This element is often used in Freeform Technique, Ireland Lace projects, Guipure Lace projects, Romanian Lace projects. Thanks so much for watching!
Steel Crochet Hook size 2mm or 2.25mm or 3.00 (#4 or #2 US standards) and yarn: 31% Lurex, 69% Polyester, 190m in 100g,
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