This is the third in a series of posts for people who want to learn to crochet. If you haven’t already, before jumping in with trebles, you might want to take a look at the two previous posts.
How to Crochet Trebles
2. Put the yarn over the hook, then insert the hook into the 4th chain from the hook. These 3 chains will count as the first stitch, and you will need to work three chains at the end of every row, as the treble is a tall stitch.
6. Put the yarn over the hook and insert the hook into the next chain. Repeat from Step 3.
Turn your work over. Put the yarn over the hook, miss out the chains and the first proper stitch, and insert the hook underneath the v of the next stitch. Put the yarn over the hook again and pull it through.
Tips To Help You Remember:
Putting the yarn over the hook is the first step in working the stitch. So remember to do this before you stick the crochet hook anywhere.
The first loop is the one that is already on the hook. The 2nd and 3rd are made by putting the yarn round the hook, firstly before putting the hook through the stitch, then again when you have pulled the yarn back through.
The loops are worked off the hook in 2 lots of 2.
Next time I’ll be showing you how to work half trebles!