Crochet 101: How to make Single Crochet Stitch
Single Crochet Stitch (SC) – is the most basic of the foundation stitches in crochet. I called this the “essential stitch” for amigurumi making. It is because amigurumi crochet creations are base and made with single crochet stitches worked in rounds. It is a very simple stitch, and easy to make. Rows of single crochet stitches could make a dishcloth in no time! You can even make a whole blanket with this stitch! With your knowledge of this stitch, you can go a long way to making crochet projects. The possibilities are endless!
To make a Single Crochet Stitch,
- Hold your yarn as you used to and make a slip knot.
- Make your chains as many as needed.
- Starting on second chain from the hook, insert your hook in one side of the chain and yarn over.
- Yarn over again and hook through 2 loops on the hook.
- Insert on the next chain and yarn over, then repeat step 4-5 until you reach the end of the chain.
Here are the samples on how Single Crochet Stitches looks like:
Most project always starts with a single crochet stitches. Very basic but very important also in almost all crochet projects you wanted to start and create.
You can watch this video to know how to make single crochet stitches:
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