Learn to make 50 and more beautiful crochet stitches. Feel free to download any of these patterns in PDF format and enjoy your crocheting. 2. Basic Crochet Stitches. Basic Crochet. Stitches. When learning any new skill, you need to start with the basics. You may have your heart set on crocheting a. A Guide to Free Crochet Patterns: 13 Crochet Stitches and our Favorite Free eBook you can find many neat crochet stitches from Emilda Harrington that will.
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Crochet stitches are made by wrapping the ows or rounds are worke yarn around the hook to make loops. The loops are then drawn through yarn around the. (Slip Knot, Yarn Over, Chain Stitch and Working Into the Foundation Chain). (Slip Stitch, Single Crochet, Half Double Crochet, Double Crochet, Treble Crochet. UK: ch. US: ch. This is the most basic of all the crochet stitches. Possibly every crochet project you will ever tackle will involve creating chain stitches. Chain stitch.
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Over Free Knitted Sweaters and Cardigans. The base chain is a series of chain stitches, which normally begin with a loop secured by a slipknot.
Chain stitch ch 1.
Wrap the yarn over the hook in an anticlockwise direction or hold the yarn still and manoeuvre the hook Fig. Unless otherwise specified, always wrap the yarn this way round.
To make a length of base chain, make as many chains as required. Keep shifting your left hand position up close to the hook every couple of stitches or so; this is easy, if you use a right hand finger tip to hold down the loop on the hook, while you do so. To count chains correctly as you make them, do not count the initial slip loop as a chain. Slip stitch sl st 1.
Insert the hook into 2nd chain from hook, wrap the yarn over the hook, draw the yarn through the chain and the loop on the hook in one movement - 1 sl st made Fig.
Double crochet dc 1. Insert the hook into 2nd chain from hook, wrap the yarn over the hook and draw the yarn through the chain only Fig.
Wrap the yarn again and draw the yarn through both loops on hook Fig. Half treble htr 1.