5 Types of Double Crochet Which One is Right for You


There are many different types of double crochet stitches. Which one is right for you? This can be a daunting question, but don’t worry! We’re here to help. In this blog post, we will discuss 5 types of double crochet and show you how to execute each stitch. Once you know which stitch is best for your project, the sky’s the limit!

Does DC mean double crochet?

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In the crochet world, DC stands for double crochet. Dc is a type of crochet stitch that is worked over two rows. It produces a dense fabric that is perfect for projects like hats, scarves, and blankets

Let’s discuss 6 types of DC

1) Basic dc stitch

The first type of dc is the basic dc stitch. This is a versatile stitch that can be used for a variety of projects. To execute this stitch, you will need to yarn over (yo) and insert your hook into the next stitch. You will then yo again and pull up a loop. At this point, you will have three loops on your hook. Next, yo and draw through the first two loops on your hook. Finally, yo and draw through the last two loops on your hook. Congratulations, you have just completed one dc!

2) Half dc stitch

The second type of dc is the half dc stitch. This stitch is similar to the dc, but it’s worked in half as many steps. To execute this stitch, yo and insert your hook into the next stitch. You will then yo again and pull up a loop. At this point, you will have three loops on your hook. Next, yo and

3) Double treble crochet stitch

The third type of dc is the double treble crochet stitch. This is an advanced stitch that creates a very tall and airy fabric. It’s perfect for projects like scarves or wraps. To execute this stitch, you will need to yarn over (yo) twice and insert your hook into the next stitch. You will then yo again and pull up a loop. At this point, you will have four loops on your hook. Next, yo and draw through the first three loops on your hook. Finally, yo and draw through the last two loops on your hook. Congratulations, you have just completed one double treble crochet!

4) Triple treble crochet stitch

The fourth type of dc is the triple treble crochet stitch. This is an even more advanced stitch that creates an even taller and airier fabric. It’s perfect for projects like shawls or wraps. To execute this stitch, you will need to yarn over (yo) three times and insert your hook into the next stitch. You will then yo again and pull up a loop. At this point, you will have five loops on your hook. Next, yo and draw through the first four loops on your hook. Finally, yo and draw through the last two loops on your hook. Congratulations, you have just completed one triple treble crochet!

5) DC two-together stitch

The fifth type of dc is the dc two-together stitch. This is a decreased stitch that is worked over two stitches. To execute this stitch, you will need to yarn over (yo) and insert your hook into the next stitch. You will then yo again and pull up a loop. At this point, you will have three loops on your hook. Next, yo and insert your hook into the following stitch. Yo again and pull up a loop. You now have five loops on your hook. Yo and draw through the first four loops on your hook. Finally, yo and draw through the last two loops on your hook. You have now completed one dc two-together!

Conclusion:

Which type of double crochet is right for you? Try out all five types to find out! Once you’ve mastered them all, you’ll be able to crochet any project that you set your mind to! Happy crocheting!

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