What is a back bump in crochet?
Working into the back bump (sometimes called the “third loop”) of a single crochet forces the top two loops of the single crochet forward. This creates a series of horizontal Vs along the top surface of the border. It adds a nice dimension to the fabric and closely resembles a surface chain stitch.
Where is the back bump in crochet?
From the front, you can see the two strands you are most familiar with. The top loop and bottom loop make up that “V” shape we all know and love. If you flip the chain around to the back though, you will see a third, hidden loop. This is the back bump.
What is the back loop of a crochet chain?
The back ridge loop is the loop in the middle of the stitch on the back side of the chain. The chain is generally the first stitch a new crocheter learns. It’s easy to make, but it does take practice in order to work consistently. Chains that are the same size will give your fabric a nice even edge.
What is slip stitch in crochet?
The slip stitch is the shortest of all crochet stitches and is really more a technique than a stitch. Slip stitches are usually used to move yarn across a group of stitches without adding height, or they may be used to join work when working in rounds.
What is a half crochet stitch?
The half double crochet (abbreviated hdc) is kind of an oddball stitch. The half double crochet falls in between a single crochet and a double crochet in height, but instead of working off two loops at a time, you draw the yarn through three loops on the hook.
How do you do an invisible decrease in crochet?
INVISIBLE DECREASE PATTERN
- Insert hook into the front loop of the next 2 stitches. (3 loops on the hook)
- Yarn over and pull through both front loops. (2 loops on the hook)
- Yarn over and pull through both loops. You have completed you invisible decrease!
How do you crochet a cobble stitch?
- Row 1: (Right Side): 1sc into 2nd ch from hook, 1sc into each ch to end, turn.
- Row 2: 1ch, 1sc into 1st st, *1tr into next st, 1sc into next st; rep from * to end, skip tch, turn.
- Row 3: 1ch, 1sc into 1st st, 1sc into next and each st to end, skip tch, turn.