How to wrap a ball of yarn tutorial

LESSON ONE – Chaining & Single Crochet

How to hold your hook and yarn and How to Chain
When reading a pattern Ch is the abbreviation for Chain

How to Single Crochet

When reading a pattern SC stands for Single Crochet

How to do Single Crochet Rows

NOTE: Don’t forget to chain one at the end of a row before you turn your work and start the next row when using single crochet or half double crochet. Chain 2 at the beginning of row when doing the double crochet. Chain three when doing the triple crochet, and chain four when starting a row with a quadriple crochet.

NOTE: When your doing a square or non circular project, the word “row” will be used and when working in a circle it will referred to as a “round”

How to Increase & Decrease using the Single Crochet

In a pattern if you see INC = Increase or DEC = Decrease

Single Crochet Front Post & Back Post

If you see in a pattern FPSC or BPSC this is what it stands for

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LESSON TWO – Slip Stitch

Slip Stitch

When you see SL ST in a pattern it means to Slip Stitch

LESSSON THREE – Double Crochet

How to Double Crochet

When reading a pattern DC stands for Double Crochet

How to Increase & Decrease using the Double Crochet

Double crochet Front Post & Back Post

When you see in a pattern FPDC or BPDC this is what it stands for.

LESSON THREE – The Half Double Crochet
How to Half Double Crochet

When reading a pattern HDC stands for Half Double Crochet

How to Increase & Decrease using the Half Double Crochet

LESSON 4 – Triple Crochet
How to Triple Crochet

When you see TR in a pattern it means to Triple Crochet

LESSON 5 – Quadruple Crochet
How to Quadruple Crochet

When you see Quad in a pattern they want you to do a Quadruple Crochet

LESSON 6
How to work in the Round

LESSON 7
How to Hide your Tails

LESSON 8
How to change colors

LESSON 9
Single Crochet Foundation Stitch

In a pattern you will see this as FSC

LESSON 10
Double Crochet Foundation

In a pattern you will see this as FDC

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