How to make a single crochet. One of the simplest crochet stitches. This is the stitch you will want to master after the chain. You might want to hurry and learn this stitch because you want to make more complex stitches, although the single crochet is used in a lot of those stitches. Really all of the basic stitches are. So don’t skip over all of the basic stitches if you want a solid foundation in your crochet skills.
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Here’s a video tutorial to help you out:
And for lefty’s:
What is a single crochet? That’s a good question! It is one of the most basic of stitches, and for some reason I think of crochet stitches as floor levels. A single crochet is floor one. A half double crochet is between floor one and two, and a double crochet is floor 2. You see, if you put 2 single crochet on top of each other, you will get the size of a double crochet. Make sense?
Anyways, crochet is just making a bunch of knots to hold the yarn together.
First, you need to take the crochet hook through the next stitch.
Then, take the yarn over the crochet hook.
Next, pull the crochet hook back through the stitch.
Take the yarn back over the crochet hook again.
Pull through the last two loops on the crochet hook.
That’s it! You made a single crochet!
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