A complete photo and video tutorial for the Mini C2C (HDC) technique!
This tutorial will help you learn how to work the hdc mini c2c stitch. Worked in hdc stitches instead of dc stitches to make your blocks smaller and tighter. This allows you to work more detailed graphs in a smaller size.
I am using this stitch for my upcoming American Flag Placemat pattern which will be released soon. With the hdc stitch I was able to make a more detailed flag yet stay within a standard placemat size.
The technique itself is essentially the same as standard dc c2c with some minor adjustments.
If you are unfamiliar with the corner to corner technique I have several photo and video tutorials which will help you – just click on the following:
I have also provided a complete video tutorial which you can find below the photo tutorial at the bottom of the post.
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I hope this tutorial has helped you with your corner to corner skills!