I have a very quick and easy trick to share with you today - crocheting into the loops or "bumps" on the back of a starting chain. Doing this will leave a nice even row of loops along the bottom edge. So, lets get right into it.
Front of the chain, showing the V-shaped stitches.
When you flip the chain over, you'll see a row of loops or "bumps" along the back of the chain.
Insert your hook under the "bump" and then complete the stitch as you would normally.
Completed a row with single crochet stitches (double crochet stitches in UK and Australia). Right side.
And bottom. Using this method you'll get a nice clean row of loops along the bottom edge.
If you're someone who prefers learning from videos, here's a little one for you, showing all three methods. If you do not see the video properly, head over to YouTube.