Classic chevron crochet patterns tend to be created with one of the short basic crochet stitches: single crochet (sc), half double crochet (hdc) or double crochet (dc). However, you can make the pattern with almost any crochet stitch. You could vary the height (use a treble crochet, for example). Shorter stitches create narrower v's than taller ...
For the traditional loop stitch, catch and pull only the back loop through the stitch so there are only two loops on the hook at the end of Step 2. The Double Loop Stitch. The double-loop stitch is worked the same as the single loop stitch except the yarn is wrapped around your index finger twice. Directions: Begin with a row of ch and a row of sc.
Foundation stitches can be used instead of making a number of chains and then working stitches into the chains. This will be when you are working in rows. The basic principal is the same no matter which foundation stitch you are making, Foundation Single Crochet [fsc], Foundation Half Double Crochet [fhdc], or Foundation […]
You can crochet in the front or back loop only of any crochet stitch. The photos below demonstrate crocheting in the front and back loop of double crochet stitches using double crochet stitches. Anatomy of a Crochet Stitch: Pictured to the left is a crochet fabric made of 2 rows of double crochet stitches.
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Post stitches, often called Relief Stitches, or Raised Stitches, are crochet stitches that are worked around the stems, or posts, of the stitches in previous rows. They are always worked around the post from right to left, and the difference between front post and back post is which side of the stitch you come from.
5. Repeat Steps 3 through 8 from the previous section in each of the next 14 double crochet (dc) stitches. Be sure to yarn over before inserting your hook in each stitch. 6. Work 1 double crochet in the top chain of the previous row’s turning chain (see Figure 5).