The Double Single Crochet Stitch :: Crochet Stitch #170

Stitch Description

This crochet tutorial will help you learn how to crochet the double single crochet stitch. The double single crochet stitch makes a tiny little puff type stitch. It is great for baby blankets or afghans.

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Video Tutorial


Materials Used

Mountain Meadow Wool

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Crystal Palace Bamboo Crochet Hook

Crystal Palaces’ Bamboo Crochet Hooks are lovely, and feel great in your hand. These 6 inch crochet hooks are made from specially selected, cured, and finished bamboo for an exceptionally smooth feel. Made in Japan.

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Abbreviations

Stitch Details

  Skill Level
Beginner

  Row Count
Number of Rows: 5

  Pattern Repeat 

Stitch Characteristics

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Pattern Instructions

  • Step 1: Start off like a regular sc and Insert hook into next stitch.
  • Step 2: YO and draw through one loop, and that will leave you with 2 loops on your hook.
  • Step 3: YO again and insert the hook back into the same stitch.
  • Step 4: YO draw another loop through the stitch, so you are left with 4 loops on your hook.
  • Step 5: YO and draw through all 4 loops at one time.

Swatch Photos

Example of the Double Single Crochet Stitch. (Reversible)

Example of the Double Single Crochet Stitch. Reversible (Click for Larger Image)


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