How to Crochet #6 treble or triple crochet
Hello, and welcome to another crochet lesson for beginners!
If you’ve been following my post, you already know that I am working on a series of Free Crochet Lessons in video tutorial format. I will be sharing the basic stitches, how to read them in written patterns, how to read them in crochet diagrams, and more importantly I will show with video and step by step instructions how to crochet those stitches.
If you didn’t know, well… Now you do.. 😀
This lesson is the 6th in the series, and I will show you how to do the treble crochet stitch also known as triple crochet stitch.
If you’re interested in previous lessons just click on the links bellow and start learning:
The treble crochet stitch (or triple crochet stitch) in written patterns:
In written patterns, the treble crochet stitch (or triple crochet stitch) is often represented as an abbreviation of the stitch name, and becomes the first letters of the stitch name, treble crochet = tr
If it were to be represented any differently, the notes on the patterns will inform you of it. (watch the video for more details).
The treble crochet stitch (or triple crochet stitch) in diagram patterns or crochet charts:
In diagrams or crochet charts, the half crochet stitch is often represented with a symbol that resembles a “T” with two lines crossing it (watch the video for more details).
To make it you need to: Yarn over twice, insert hook in the chain stitch, yarn over, draw yarn through stitch, [yarn over, draw yarn through 2 loops on hook] 3 times. Repeat across to end of foundation chain. To begin the second row, turn your work. Chain four for the turning chain.
Learn How to Crochet #6 treble crochet