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not very different
Put the hook into the upper half of the third chain from the hook, as in single stitch pass the wool over the hook and draw it through. There are now two loops on the hook. Pass the wool over again and draw it through these two loops continue to the end of the chain and turn as in single stitch. Treble Stitch. This stitch uses up much more wool than the two preceding ones. Begin by passing the single stitch.
wool over the hook, then insert
upper half of
draw the wool through and there will be three loops on the hook. Put the wool over the hook and draw it through two loops put it over a third time and draw through the two remaining stitches. That completes a treble stitch. It will now be noticed that for a single stitch the wool passes over the hook once, for a double stitch it passes over twice, and for a the chain already
passes over three times.
passing the wool twice over the hook to begin with, then working it by drawing the needle through two by two, always remembering to pass the wool over the hook, just as in treble stitch. When working trebles to and fro, four or five chain stitches must always be made at the end of each row before turning. When the work is turned, these chain stitches form, or rather replace, the first treble,
This keeps the edges more
Ladder Insertion (Fig little
Fig. 65 forms a useful 65). on which to place the crochet the groups and prevents the
insertion or ladder
Published on Oct 27, 2016