Crochet Stitch Or Reverse Single Crochet

You want to make a crochet at the crab point, but you think it’s complicated? Make sure it’s not difficult and with this step by step photo tutorial, you learn how to easily make the crab spot. If you can crochet simple, you can do this upside down! The Crochet Stitch or reverse single crochet is also known as single reverse crochet because you will be literally working in a direction that normally works. So for right-handed croquettes, you work from left to right and the headlights are working properly. That’s right, the basic system is crochet, only worked in the reverse direction.

The crab point is great for the borders. Add texture and details only in serious or frilly. (Do not do something wrong with baboons, but sometimes you just need to keep things simple!) The dot is also dense, which is most sought after by a border that has no holes.

To begin with, a small crochet rectangle was made at the outer edge. If you are using vision as a baby towel or a blanket with a baby full of crochet, just use a one-size-fits-all elbow before adding it. the unique reverse crochet edge can make the whole process much easier.

Como fazer Crochet Stitch or reverse single crochet | Tutorial Right-Handed:

  • Making sure the right side is facing you, add wire and chain 1 or only 1 if you are using the same wire as the body of your design. The reason the crab point is also called reverse crochet is because you are working in the opposite direction in which it normally works. Instead of going to the left spot (when you’re looking at it), you’ll work in the spot on the right.
  • Insert your hook into the stitch to the right of your chain.
  • Yarn over and pull up loop like a normal single crochet accept, as you can see, your stitches will be twisted.
  • Yarn over and pull through both loops on hook.
  • Continue, inserting your hook in the next stitch to the right, yarn over and pull up loop. When you pull up the loop, it is helpful to hold your hook horizontal the the previous stitch so you are creating the same height with each stitch. Yarn over and pull through both loops on hook.
  • As you add more stitches, you can see the twisted stitches forming the solid crab stitch border. Continue to reverse single crochet around the entire edge putting a crab stitch in each stitch below.
  • To complete your crab stitch border, stop when you’ve reached the stitch you started in.
  • Instead of adding a crab stitch in that starting stitch, slip stitch into the same stitch you started in.
  • Cut your yarn and pull through. When you weave in your ends, you’ll want to weave the tail through the stitches to the right.

There you go! Now you know how to crochet the crab stitch! 

How to Crochet the Crab Stitch | Left-Handed Tutorial

  • Making sure the right side is facing you, join yarn and chain 1 or just ch 1 if you are using the same yarn as the body of your project. The reason the crab stitch is also called the reverse single crochet is because you are working in the opposite direction you normally work. Instead of going into the stitch to the right (when you are looking at it) you are going to work into the stitch to the left.
  • Insert your hook into the stitch to the left of your chain.
  • Yarn over and pull up loop like a normal single crochet accept, as you can see, your stitches will be twisted.
  • Yarn over and pull through both loops on hook.
  • Continue, inserting your hook in the next stitch to the left, yarn over and pull up loop. When you pull up the loop, it is helpful to hold your hook horizontal the the previous stitch so you are creating the same height with each stitch. Yarn over and pull through both loops on hook.
  • As you add more stitches, you can see the twisted stitches forming the solid crab stitch border. Continue to reverse single crochet around the entire edge putting a crab stitch in each stitch below.
  • To complete the crab stitch border, stop when you’ve reached the stitch you started in.
  • Instead of adding a crab stitch in that starting stitch, slip stitch into the same stitch you started in.
  • Cut your yarn and pull through. When you weave in your ends, you’ll want to weave the tail through the stitches to the left.

There you go! Now you know how to crochet the crab stitch! 


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