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Here's a stitch that can make a pretty bumpy edging along a piece. But remember, it is an edging, done only at the very end of a piece, or sometimes even added on to a completed piece. You won't crochet any more stitches on top of a picot row. There are many ways to make it, but this is the way I like best:
Make a single crochet stitch, then chain 3 (or more) stitches, then double back and insert the hook smack into the middle of the top of the initial single crochet stitch as well as through the middle of the "legs" of that stitch and make a slip stitch to fix your picot in place. This is easier done than said, so take a look at the website. Continue making single crohet stitches on down the line, making a picot every 2 or 3 stitches. Now stand back and admire your ba-dump-ba-dump-bump.
TAKEN FROM SNB HAPPY HOOKER BY DEBBIE STOLLER