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What is This Stitch?

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Hi all !

I created a crochet pattern the other day and used what I thought was an extended double crochet stitch ....but NO ....it wasn't . And I have no idea what its called or if it's even an actual stitch . It looks awesome for the little toddler crown I made , so ya I really need to call it something lol !!  I did my chain stitch's and then the next row I did   ( YO insert in stitch YO and pull through then through the 2 stitch's on hook ) like starting out for DC but ending as a slip stitch through the 2 on hook . 

Anyway this stitch looks awesome for what I was wanting with this crown . 

Here is the pic ; the stitch is the bottom three rows and the row right below the crown spikes . 

Anyone know what it is !? 

*******  If it's not already a stitch I think I'll call it an "extended slip stitch "  ******

 

 

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Adorable crown!

( YO insert in stitch YO and pull through then through the 2 stitch's on hook ) = this sounds like an extended HDC; you don't yo before a slip stitch or a SC, only for HDC or taller, right?

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There's 2 booklets from the early/mid 90's called The Elmore Method (I think) by a guy named Elmore from Annie' Attic or Leisure Arts maybe. He created a bunch of "in between" stitches. It could be one of his stitches.

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