Help Ch to a DC

I’m driving myself crazy here.

How do you go from a chain to a DC in the (second third- doesn’t matter) stitch without twisting the DC?

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I’m not sure I understand your question

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Do you mean from a starting chain or from a turning chain?

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You chain 3 for example, then it tells you to dc in the next stitch

My problem is when I go to yarn over for the first half of the DC , my yarn is twisted.,

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Let’s say the chain is in the middle of the row.

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Oh. Idk what else to say than with a lot of patience :sweat_smile: are you working in the back bumps?

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Yes. Always do.

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Me too! I prefer working in the back bump, always looks so neat :blush:

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See the first one, not as neat as the two that follow.

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Oh! I see, in those cases I move one finger to the chain for the yarn over (back finger of the pinch) and hold the chain against the hook while I get through the pull up loop phase

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Yay, @grannyroomcrafts
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Much neater, I must have done this in the past. Cuz, my muscle memory took over.

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I find it difficult sometimes to answer those types of questions, because I’ve been doing it so long that it’s just automatic and I have to slow it down in my mind to remember how I do it

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