How to single crochet decrease
There are two ways to crochet a decrease stitch. When working in the round, do the invisible decrease stitch for a smoother finish. When working on a piece where both the “right” and “wrong” sides of the piece will be visible, do the regular decrease stitch.
How to do a regular single crochet decrease (step-by-step with photos)
How to do an invisible single crochet decrease (step-by-step with photos)
It can be tricky to see where to put the hook after a dec. The telltale sign is the front loop. If you see that the front loop of a stitch has been pulled, that’s part of the dec. The hook goes under the horizontal V next to that.