Since a single crochet stitch doesn’t really have a post to work around, you’re going to insert the hook into your normal single crochet stitch, under the 2 loops. But instead of yarning over and pulling up a look, insert the hook from back to front under the 2 loops of the next stitch. That becomes the ‘post’.
What is a front post single crochet stitch?
The Front Post Single Crochet is a post stitch. This means the stitch is worked into the row below, around the post of the lower stitch. This creates a subtly textured fabric.
What is the top of a single crochet?
Answer: the blue loop is the top of the red stitch. Here’s a great way to remember this: Identify the two loops centered over a stitch. The loop to the right of center (or, the one on the right) will always be the top of the stitch.
What is front post SC?
Front post single crochet
A normal single crochet is worked into the top of the stitch. For a post stitch, we want to work around the post of the stitch instead. To do this, insert your hook from front to back on the first side of the stitch, then bring it back out from back to front on the other side of the stitch.
How do you single crochet for beginners step by step?
How to begin
- Step 1: Hold crochet hook in right hand and make a slip knot on hook.
- Step 2: Bring yarn over hook from back to front and grab it with hook.
- Step 3: Draw hooked yarn through slip knot and onto hook. …
- Step 4: Skip the first chain stitch.
- Step 5: Insert hook into center of next chain stitch.
What are the abbreviations for crocheting?
Abbreviations for Basic Crochet Stitches
|hdc||half double crochet|
|tr||treble crochet or triple crochet|