• 13 Basic Crochet Stitches Illustrated Really Clearly

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    This is a great graphic reference for basic advanced crochet stitches and a great crochet stitches guide for beginners. If you’ve been struggling learning how to crochet, you’ll love these simple and clear crochet stitches illustrations. They will help you immensely. Get over your frustration and impatience and follow these simple visual instructions to create beautiful crochet projects. This Stitch Overview courtesy of Ren’ s Fibre Art has also written instructions and corresponding crochet symbols. You’ll get clear illustrated instructions for the following crochet stitches:
    (1) Chain
    (2) Slip Stitch
    (3) Double Crochet
    (4) Treble Crochet
    (5) Half Treble
    (6) Double Treble
    (7) Treble Cluster
    (8) Treble Popcorn
    (9) Puff Stitch
    (10) Front Post Treble
    (11) Back Post Treble
    (12) 3-Chain Picot
    (13) Shells Fans

     

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    Check out the full list of illustrated crochet stitches and other interesting information at: Ren’s Fibre Art

    Thanks to Renate for the article inspiration and images.

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    120 Comments to 13 Basic Crochet Stitches Illustrated Really Clearly

    1. These are not like I have learned them, the slip stitch looks like a single crochet in the first set of illustrations and the double crochet is much different than I have learned. Must be different ways to do them.

    2. If you follow the links you’ll see they give the stitch name in several languages. In the UK they call a “out Double Crochet” what we in the US call a “Single Crochet”. Totally helpful that they give the name in several languages! I wish they had included Russian because there are a ton of Russian doily charts I’d like to give a try.

    3. lol i can’t do any crochet while trying to watch something i havent already seen before lol i just keep re-runs in the background so i don’t mind missing something haha

    4. Thank you. I ‘m pretty much self taught to the intermediate level and am
      taking on left-handed students ( for free – how I’d love to have had some
      help in the beginning) I will definitely look at these.

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