Question: What is a half double treble crochet stitch?

To work half double treble (hdtr): yo three times, insert hook from front to back st or sp indicated, yo and pull up a lp (five lps on hook), yo and draw through two lps, (four lps on hook), yo and draw through two lps (three loops on hook.), yo and draw through three lps on hook.

Is half treble crochet the same as half double crochet?

‘Half treble crochet (htr)’ is the same stitch as the American ‘half double crochet (hdc)’. Half treble crochet is between double and treble crochet in size, and looks slightly looser than double crochet.

What is DTR crochet stitch?

dtr = double treble (triple) crochet

‘dtr’ means ‘double treble (triple) crochet’ Yarn over hook three times, then insert hook into next stitch. Yarn over hook and draw yarn through stitch – five loops on the hook.

What is half treble stitch?

Half treble (htr)

Half trebles are stitches that are the next height up to a double crochet stitch. The yarn is wrapped round the hook first before going into the stitch (or space) and then once pulled through the stitch (or space) there will be three loops on the hook.

Is half double crochet American?

Half double crochet is a US crochet term; it’s called half treble crochet in UK crochet patterns.

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Is Double crochet same as treble?

Treble crochet is twice the size of the double crochet, and worked in a similar way.

How can you describe double treble crochet?

Stitch Description

The Double Treble (or Triple) crochet is an elongated post stitch. Using the same principal as the double crochet, the Double Treble uses three yarn overs before entering the fabric instead of one. It is kind of a crazy stitch to perform but it can be useful in making embellishments and openwork.