Have you seen instructions in a crochet pattern telling you to crochet in the back bump – but you don’t know where it is?
This video will help you find it!
Crocheting into the Back Bump can be tricky to work. But it’s a great technique that keeps the top and bottom edges of your work looking the same.
It’s only a bit more difficult than working into the front or back loops because typically those back loops are smaller. But you can combat this by chaining your foundation with a larger hook, or just stitching loosely. =)
Christy R. Hall is the owner of Hand Cramp Crafts and fancies herself to be a String Wrangler, and an all-around fiber phreak. In her free time, she spins yarn (both literally spinning fiber into yarn, as well as, writing), crochets for charity, watches silly cat videos, looks at pictures of Corgis, and plays PC and console games. Her current (ongoing) favorites are Skyrim and Elder Scrolls Online.