Stack without crochet
A column without a crochet is also called a low post. In the case of poles, columns without a crochet for climbing to the next row are always knitted with one air loop. Columns without a crochet are usually knit for both half-loops of the columns of the previous row. There are also 2 ways of fastening the columns: 1) for one long half loop of the column of the previous row, 2) for one near half loop of the column of the previous row. By combining these ways of tying, you can get different patterns. Knitting a column without a crochet for the back half loop: How to knit a post without a crochet: First, you need to tie a string of air loops. The hook is inserted into the third air loop from the hook, we hook the working thread and pull out a new loop. Then we hook the thread and stretch it through both hinges. There is only one loop left on the hook.