Crochet Around Post of Stitch

When working  over rows from the side of the work, or working over diagonal stitches, it is sometimes called for to work around the post of a crochet stitch.

In the example below, a double crochet stitch (in black) is worked over the post of another double crochet stitch (in orange).

This example will show how a double crochet stitch can be worked over the side of other crochet stitches.  The photo shows the orange fabric to be worked.
Insert the hook under the post of the double crochet stitch and pull up a loop to begin the double crochet stitch.
Photo shows a completed double crochet stitch around the post of another double crochet stitch.