Frequent question: What does FLdc mean in crochet?

What is DC and SC?

Sc – Single Crochet (VIDEO) Dc – Double crochet (VIDEO)

What is the difference between SC and DC crochet?

A half double crochet stitch (hdc) produces a tight fabric, and is in between the height of single crochet (sc) and double crochet (dc). To start, yarn over and insert your hook into the first stitch on the row (or into the 3rd chain from your hook). … They are also used to secure stitches to make a round.

What is the difference between single and double crochet?

Single Crochet: Single crochet is the most basic crochet stitch, and will start adding height to your work. … Double crochet stitches are made just like single crochet stitches, but you wrap the yarn around the hook once before starting each stitch.

Is a double crochet the same as a treble?

So for example, the American single crochet is the same as the British double crochet.

What’s different?

American Crochet British Crochet
Single crochet Double crochet
Half double crochet Half treble crochet
Double crochet Treble crochet
Treble crochet Double treble crochet

What does C stand for in crochet?

BPtr = back post triple crochet(s) C: CA = color A. CB = color B. CC = contrasting color.

What does so mean in crochet?

Tunisian Abbreviations

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Abbreviation Description
tss Tunisian simple stitch
tslst Tunisian slip stitch
ttr Tunisian treble crochet
ttw Tunisian twisted