Beginner’s Basic Crochet Stitches – Tr and dtr

Basic Crochet Stitches

Treble/Triple(tr) crochet and Double Treble(dtr)

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Here we are going  learn how to crochet  a treble stitch and the double treble stitch.

How to hook a Treble Crochet:

1. Chain  the number of stitches that you wish to hook plus 4 more chain stitches.  Yarn over 2 times.

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2. Push  the hook in to the 5th chain from the hook.

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3.  You now have 4 loops on the hook. Yarn over. Pull the  yarn through 2 loops.  you have 3 loops left.

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4. Yarn over. Pull the yarn through  the next 2 loops and you have 2 loops left on the hook. Yarn over.  Pull the yarn through the 2 loops and then you have just one loop left.

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5.  Your treble stitch is done.

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Here is the video tutorial for the treble/ triple crochet stitch

How to Hook a Double Treble Crochet

1.  Basic Knot. Chain in the req number of stitches plus 5. Yarn over 3 times.

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2.  Push the hook into the 6th chain from the hook. Yarn over.

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3. Pull the yarn through the chain and you have 5 loops on the hooks.

4. Yarn over again and pull through  2 loops leaving 4 loops on the hook.

5. Yarn Over.

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6. Yarn Over. Pull through 2 loops. Leaving 3 loops on the hook. Yarn over.  Pull through  2 loops leaving just 2 loops on the hook.

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7.  Yarn Over. Pull the yarn through the last two loops.

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8.  And You have your double treble all done!!!

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How to crochet in a double Treble Stitch – Video Turorial:

The difference between the Treble stitch and the Double Treble Stitch.

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