As I said in my other post, if you can double crochet (treble for the UK ladies) then you can handle this pattern.
I'm assuming that most are at least slightly experienced in crochet, so I'm not going to do a beginning-to-end step-by-step tutorial. This is just to show the two basic stitches that make up this pattern, the double crochet (dc), and double crocheting two stitches together (dc2tog).
First things first. Whenever I use the term "yarn over hook" or YOH, this is what I'm talking about:
Wrap the yarn over the top of the hook, like so
Ok, now that you know how to YOH, lets get started with double crochet (treble in UK terms).
When starting your double crochet, YOH and insert into next stitch
YOH and pull through stitch. You now have 3 loops on your hook
Continue to pull the loop closest to the hook through the next loop. You now have two loops on the hook
YOH again, pull through both loops on hook.
Congratulations! You've now made your first double crochet (treble)!!
This pattern calls for 2 double crochets in the same stitch, so you will just repeat the same steps, but not move on to the next hole (stitch). This is the typical way to increase with double crochet.
See? two of them, right in the same stitch!
Next, YOH and insert into the next stitch
Pull through stitch. You now have 3 loops on the hook.
YOH and pull through the first 2 loops. You should have 2 loops on the hook.
YOH and insert into the next stitch. You should have 3 loops on the hook.
YOH and pull through stitch. You should now have 4 loops on the hook
YOH and pull through first 2 loops. You should have 3 loops left on the hook.
YOH and pull through the remaining 3 loops. Your finished stitch should look like this.
Here are 3 DC2TOG. Notice how there are only 3 stitches at the top.
You've turned 6 stitches into 3! YAY for decreasing!