- 1 Is there a triple crochet stitch?
- 2 Is treble crochet the same as triple crochet?
- 3 How do you do a treble crochet stitch?
- 4 How do you finish a triple crochet?
- 5 What is the longest crochet stitch?
- 6 What does M mean in crochet?
- 7 What does F o mean in crochet?
- 8 What does PS mean in crochet?
- 9 What does wrong side facing mean in crochet?
- 10 How do you crochet a double sided wrong side?
- 11 How do you know which is the right side of crochet?
- 12 How do you crochet the wrong side of a chain?
- 13 How do you tell the front side of crocheting?
- 14 When crocheting in the round which side is the right side?
- 15 How do you crochet on the same side?
- 16 How do you rotate in crochet?
- 17 What does TR mean in crochet?
- 18 Why do you turn your work in crochet?
- 19 Why does my crochet curl up?
- 20 Why is my crochet blanket curving?
- 21 How do you end a row in crochet?
- 22 Does it matter which way you turn your work in crochet?
Is there a triple crochet stitch?
The US triple crochet is the next basic stitch (in height) after the double crochet. It is frequently used in crochet patterns and is typically one of the first crochet stitches learned by beginners to the craft. It is also called a treble crochet stitch; the two terms are used interchangeably.
Is treble crochet the same as triple crochet?
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A treble crochet (sometimes called triple crochet) is taller than a double crochet and is made by working two yarn overs at the start of the stitch, instead of one yarn over as for double crochet. It is abbreviated tr.
How do you do a treble crochet stitch?
How do you finish a triple crochet?
What is the longest crochet stitch?
In the video tutorial below you will learn how to crochet the Quadruple Treble Crochet Stitch on the 1st and 2nd rows. The Quadruple Treble Crochet Stitch is the longest stitch of the basic crochet stitches and isn’t used all that often.
What does M mean in crochet?
hdc2tog: half double crochet 2 stitches together. hk: hook. inc: increase. lp: loop. m: marker.
What does F o mean in crochet?
FO = finished object. This term is not necessarily used in crochet patterns but it is a common abbreviation used among crafters when talking about their work online.
What does PS mean in crochet?
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What does wrong side facing mean in crochet?
Right side, wrong side: You may be told to work with the right (or wrong) side of the piece facing you. The right side of a garment is the side that will be seen when it is worn. Right-hand or Left-hand Corner: You may be asked to join yarn in a specific corner.
How do you crochet a double sided wrong side?
How do you know which is the right side of crochet?
If you are looking at your work and the yarn tail end is on your left at the bottom then you are looking at the Right Side. If you are looking at your work and the yarn tail end is on your right at the bottom then you are looking at the Wrong Side.
How do you crochet the wrong side of a chain?
If it’s on your left, then the right side is facing you; if it’s on the right, then the wrong side is toward you. To work your next row of stitches into the chain stitches, you have to know where to insert your hook.
How do you tell the front side of crocheting?
When crocheting in the round which side is the right side?
Basically, when you are crocheting in a round, the right side is the side facing you. Since I am right-handed, however, as I continue crocheting, the ball starts to curve towards me. The ‘right‘ side is now on the inside of the ball, and the back side is on the outside.
How do you crochet on the same side?
How do you rotate in crochet?
What does TR mean in crochet?
Abbreviation: tr. These instructions are given in UK terminology. ‘Treble crochet (tr)’ is the same stitch as the American ‘double crochet (dc)’. Treble crochet is twice the size of the double crochet, and worked in a similar way.
Why do you turn your work in crochet?
Its purpose is to make the transition between one row of crochet and the next row while maintaining the height of each row. After you‘ve worked a row of crochet, you typically turn the piece over and work back across. Making a turning chain helps you to achieve the correct height for your next row of stitches.
Why does my crochet curl up?
Stitches that are worked too tightly together result in a stiff fabric, which often causes the corners to curl in. That just might loosen up the stitches and allow the piece to lie flat. If the corners begin to curl again, make sure you’re using the appropriately sized hook for the yarn you’re working with.
Why is my crochet blanket curving?
One common reason crochet projects may begin to curve is because the foundation chain (where you started the project) was created too tightly. If the tension on this first row is tighter than the other rows, the project will appear to widen as your tension begins to loosen in subsequent rows.
How do you end a row in crochet?
Does it matter which way you turn your work in crochet?
It may not seem like it matters, but turning in crochet ought to be done consistently each time. That is, you should be turning the same way every time you turn to the next side. The turn creates a neat edge, which is important if you are joining two pieces or seaming garments.