Many times we want to raise or lower one or more points in our crochet piece, to create a specific reason or simply because the work demands it, as is common in clothing.

INCREASE

Increase in crochet, means working more than one point on the same loop of previous career and represented by the symbol "/" (v-shaped).
For this (the process is always the same, regardless of the chosen point type), when you get to the point of your work that you intend to make a raise, just work the stitches as you normally would but without moving forward in his career.

Example: you are doing a high point and wants to raise a point in the middle of the career that you are running.

Have to work both highlights the same following lace (lace career immediately below, where would work only the following loop).

DECREASE

Decrease in crochet, means working more than one consecutive point, without the finish completely, for after the close in a tie and is represented by the symbol "/" (inverted v-shaped). For that (and here too the process is always the same, regardless of the chosen point type), when you get to the point of your work you want to do a decrease, just work the stitches as you normally would but without the end completely, for after the "close" in one loop.

Example: you are doing a high point and intends to reduce a point in the middle of the career that you are running.

Have to work both highlights following until the step immediately before the finish. After doing so, give a loop on the needle and close the points joining them in the same loop (pass the wire through the interior of the three bonds that were left on needle).

GROUP

To combine points (represented by the symbol "()") just make a little bit of these two processes. In other words, will have to work the points chosen in the same loop and close them in a single loop.

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