Teresa demonstrates how left-handed people can complete a crochet project. The project is a round cap for a toy Ogeechee bear. Using her left hand to hold the crochet needle, she starts with a circle of crochet stitches to form the crown of the cap, and counts out the number of stitches needed for each row. A yarn marker is used to keep the rows organized, and Theresa shows how to utilize a slip stitch to make turns in the crochet to complete partial-rows that form a brim to the cap. She ends with instructions for how to finish the project by sewing and tying the yarn ends through the cap. Finally, she sews the cap to the toy bear's head with another length of yarn.
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