This half treble crochet stitch tutorial is such a wonderful way to create that little V in the front of your patterns! This is a simple, short and sweet tutorial, with an easy-to-follow video too.
Half Treble Crochet Stitch Tutorial
The half treble crochet stitch is a part of my series, Crochet Stitch Explorers. In the stitch explorers series, I show you the wonderful world of various crochet stitches.
I demonstrate them in the form of picture and video tutorials – check out the playlist Stitch Explorers on YouTube.
I use the half treble crochet stitch in my Sansa’s Revenge Infinity Scarf crochet pattern.
You can see it below, where it looks like rows of V’s:
I also use the half treble crochet stitch in the Winter Blush Scarf & Beanie Set.
What is a Half Treble Crochet Stitch?
A half treble crochet is a stitch that combines a double crochet and a half double crochet into one stitch.
It’s a great stitch to use working in the round, if you want to get the height, and also the knit V-stitch effect on the front side of your work.
You can achieve this look by crocheting in the third loop only as you work in the round.
Want to learn how to create this fun and versatile crochet stitch?
Here is the short and sweet tutorial on how to create this awesome stitch.
Half Treble Crochet Stitch Tutorial – Video Tutorial
I used Lion Brand’s Heartland yarn for this tutorial.
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