Basic stitches in Crochet



Basic stitches in Crochet

Are you new to the wonderful world of crocheting? Or, are you just looking for patterns for crochet that can be finished quickly? Well you've come to the right place! Beginners and advanced crocheters alike will appreciate the beautty and simplicity of the simple crochet patterns in my collection



Yo -Yarn over wrap the yarn around your hook
ch - Chain Stitch the chain stitch is the most basic of all crochet stitches. Chain stitches are used to begin crochet projects and between rows of crochet stitches.
Make loop in thread, insert hook in 1oop, and draw main length of thread through. Continue to draw thread through each new loop formed until length desired.
sl st - Slip Stitch In general, slip stitches are useful for join to form a ring and joining one crocheted element to another.
Insert hook under 2 loops of st, draw thread through st (2 loops on hook), thread over hook, draw through the 2 loops
sc - Single Crochet Stitch  Insert hook through st, catch thread, and, with one motion, draw through both the st and the 1 loop on hook. The sl st is used for joining, or when an invisible st is required.
hdc - Half double crochet stitch Half double crochet stitch is taller than the single crochet, and shorter than the double crochet.
Make like d c until there are 3 loops on hook; then thread over and draw through all 3 loops.
dc - Double crochet is another basic crochet stitch you'll need to know.
Thread over hook, insert hook in st, and draw thread through (3 loops on hook), thread over hook, draw through 2 loops, thread over, and draw through the 2 remaining loops.

dc2tog - Double Crochet 2 together
Working 2 double crochet stitches together: 1. Yo, insert the hook into first stitch. Yo, pull the strand of yarn through 1 loop on your hook (3 loops on hook)Yo, pull the strand of yarn through 2 loops on your hook. (2 loops on hook)
sc2tog -   Single Crochet 2 together
Working 2 single crochet stitches together: 1. Insert the hook into first stitch. Yo, pull the strand of yarn through 1 loop on your hook (2 loops on hook) 2. Repeat this step into the next stitch, (3 loops on hook) 3. Yo, pull the strand of yarn through 3 loops on your hook

sc5tog - single crochet 5 together
1. Insert your hook into the first stitch. Yo, pull the strand of yarn through the stitch on your hook (2 loops on hook). 2. Repeat this step into the next 4 stitch (5 loops on hook). Yo, pull the strand of yarn through all 5 stitches on your hook
fpscfront post single crochet
Insert your hook from front to back between the posts of the first and second dc of the row below, and then from back to front again between the posts of the second and third stitches. Yo and draw the yarn around the post of the stitch (2 loops on the hook) Yo and draw the yarn through the 2 loops on the hook
fp dc - Front Post Double Crochet Yo, insert your hook from front to back between the posts of the first and second dc of the row below, and then from back to front again between the posts of the second and third stitches. Yo and draw the yarn around the post of the stitch (3 loops on the hook) Yo and draw the yarn through the 2 loops on the hook, twice
puff st - Puff Stitch (YO, insert hook in st or space as indicated by pattern, YO and pull up a loop even with hook) 3 or 4 times as indicated by pattern, YO and draw through all 7 or 9 loops on hook, 1 ch to close
Chain picot Picots are a number of chains secured by a slip stitch or double crochet to form a small ring – most often used in edging but can be used in conjunction with other stitches & especially useful in crochet lace workThe number of chain can vary according to the pattern instructions
3 chain Picot: make 3 ch, ss into 3rd ch from hook
Shells & Fans Shell & fans are groups of complete stitches that are worked in a stitch or space as indicted by the pattern & can be made using htr, tr, dtr & other high posted stitches



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