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13 Basic Crochet Stitches

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There's always something new to learn in crochet! If you've been wondering how to do a certain stitch, then you've come to the right place. You'll be able to expand your skills and learn a new crochet stitch with our collection of 13 Basic Crochet Stitches. These tutorials by Emilda Harrington will teach you everything you need to know about crochet. Each crochet stitch tutorial has helpful photos and step-by-step instructions to ensure you don't miss a stitch. Each one of these crochet stitch tutorials can also be found in our amazing eBook, Your Guide to Free Crochet Patterns. Once you've mastered any one of these new crochet stitch tutorials, find a new crochet pattern to make and put your skills to the test!

13 Basic Crochet Stitches
Picot StitchHow to Crochet in the RoundPopcorn Stitch
Magic CircleReverse Single Crochet Stitch Crab StitchCheckerboard Stitch

Our free eBook is a great resource for the beginner crocheter that's looking to expand their skills. Inside, you'll find a handful of crochet stitch tutorials to learn. Once you've mastered the basic single and double crochet stitches, the fun has only just begun! There are so many wonderful and interesting crochet stitches that will enable you to make the coolest patterns. Learning a new stitch in crochet is always such a fun experience. Crafting and crochet is always an on-going process; there's always something new to learn! Pick up your hook and get to work on any one of these crochet stitches today.

  1. Crocheting a Picot Stitch
  2. Crocheting the Seed Stitch
  3. How to Crochet in the Round
  4. How to Crochet a Basketweave Stitch
  5. How to Crochet a Cable Stitch
  6. How to Crochet a Checkerboard Stitch
  7. How to Crochet a Crazy Shell Stitch
  8. How to Crochet a Popcorn Stitch
  9. How to Crochet a Treble Stitch
  10. How to Crochet the Magic Circle
  11. Reverse Single Crochet Stitch- Crab Stitch
  12. Tunisian Crochet Stitch

 

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Nov 3, 2014

very clear instructions

 

Oct 9, 2014

need toknow how to do a bubble stitch

 

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Sep 26, 2014

How do I do a HDC aka...half double crochet ???? wouldnt this be the same as a single crochet ?........also...the pattern I am working on calls for a half double crochet decrease ...how would I do that stitch , also ? Thanks in advance for all your help.

 

Sep 12, 2014

How do you break yarn and seamless join?

 

May 3, 2014

how do you do the hdc2tog and the sc2tog stitches

 

Mar 3, 2014

How do you make a dcfp stich?? Barb

 

Jul 6, 2013

I have just viewed two separate instructions on crocheting in the foundation chain -- one shows the needle going under one loop and the second one through two. I have always used the "one loop" method (self taught), but my needlework How To book shows going under two loops, which I find very difficult to do. Which is correct -- or better?

 

Mar 22, 2013

im working on a booty pattern and can not figure this part out (you ch1 skip first st.and next still will be 2sc together)??

 

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