Basically, when you are crocheting in a round, the right side is the side facing you. Since I am right-handed, however, as I continue crocheting, the ball starts to curve towards me. The ‘right’ side is now on the inside of the ball, and the back side is on the outside.
What is the front side of crochet?
The RS row is the first row of crochet, not including your chain. If your piece was started with a foundation chain, then the beginning tail of your piece will usually be on the bottom right when you are looking at the RS.
What is RS and WS in crochet?
It can be confusing to understand, but it’s important to recognize this abbreviation. RS = Right Side and that’s the public side. WS = Wrong Side and that’s the back side. It’s also good to know that you won’t always see this and sometimes it will be up to you.
Which is the right side of a granny square?
Granny squares are most often worked “right side only”. Generally, you don’t turn when you work a granny. You work in rounds and attach to your first stitch each round.
What is wrong side of crochet?
If it’s on your left, then the right side is facing you; if it’s on the right, then the wrong side is toward you. To work your next row of stitches into the chain stitches, you have to know where to insert your hook.
Do you flip crochet inside out?
You‘ll probably find that when you start crocheting an amigurumi piece, this is the way the piece will naturally want to curve. You can just flip it inside out so it faces the ‘right’ way after you‘ve crocheted a few rounds, and then continue to work around the outside rim after that.