What is an altered bean stitch in crochet?

Why do crochet hooks have pointed ends?

The head of your crochet hook is the part used to push into the existing stitches so that you can retrieve the yarn and pull it through. Crochet hooks can have pointed heads, or rounded heads. … If you’re crocheting a project with close, tight stitches, you might prefer a pointed head so the stitches are easier to enter.

How do you do an altered bean stitch?

Altered Bean Stitch (Bean Stitch) / Puff Stitch:

Insert hook in stitch, yarn over and pull through, *yarn over, insert hook in same stitch, pull through, repeat from * 1 more time, yarn over, pull through 6 loops on hook, chain 1 (to lock stitch). Skip 1 stitch immediately following bean stitch.

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