How many turning chains do you need to crochet?
Crochet a turning chain (one or more chain stitches that you make after you’ve turned your crocheted work) before you begin your next row.
How to Crochet a Turning Chain.
|Stitch Name and Abbreviation||Number of Turning Chains Needed|
|Double crochet (dc)||3|
|Triple crochet (tr)||4|
|Double triple crochet (dtr)||5|
Does it matter which way you turn your work in crochet?
It may not seem like it matters, but turning in crochet ought to be done consistently each time. That is, you should be turning the same way every time you turn to the next side. The turn creates a neat edge, which is important if you are joining two pieces or seaming garments.
Why do I get holes in my crochet?
What is important is that your work is as tight as you can comfortably make it. If you see holes in your work, either try working with a tighter tension or go down a hook size so that your stitches are nice and tight.
What does Ch mean in crochet?
The chain stitch (abbreviated ch) is the basis for all crochet. Almost every crochet pattern begins with a chain stitch. If you’re working in rows, your first row is a series of chain stitches, which is not surprisingly called a foundation chain.
What does a bigger crochet hook do?
Finding the right size for a crochet hook is important because it determines the gauge of your crochet. Smaller hooks make finer and tighter crochet, while larger hooks produce a bulkier, more open weave.
How do you read multiples in crochet?
When a designer mentions a multiple in their crochet pattern, they are letting you know how many chains you need to create the stitch pattern. If you see “Chain a multiple of 12,” it means you need 12 stitches to create the design or stitch pattern.