How to do an Invisible Single Crochet Decrease

December 13, 2013 in Tips and Techniques

Amigurumi look best when all of the stitches are uniform.  A normal decrease is much bulkier and has a different texture which results in a non-uniform appearance.  Since it’s also bigger, it causes gaps through which your stuffing can poke when you are finishing your project.  The invisible decrease creates an stitch that looks very nearly like a normal single crochet stitch.  Make the switch to invisible decreases using this tutorial and have more polished looking amigurumi!