It’s a fabulous and versatile crochet stitch you can learn today!!
In patterns it is abbreviated as “tr” and it’s very easy to learn. This wonderful stitch works up quickly and has a light, airy texture that lends itself readily to a wide variety of projects including shawls and lightweight afghans and blankets. It’s also great for table runners and wall hangings.
You can get dramatic effects, too, when you use super bulky yarn or such novelty yarns as plarn (yarn from plastic), T-shirt yarn and fabric yarn.
Now that you’ve got the quick rundown on why the treble stitch is such a handy one to know you can learn it today thanks to this wonderful, free photo tutorial by designer Cheryl of Crochet 365 Knit Too. You’ll find a series of pictures and clear instructions that will have you mastering thing this fabulous stitch in no time!
And for even more totally free and fantastic photo and video tutorials on crocheting techniques and stitches do check out some of our other favorites we’ve previously featured at Crochet Maze. Links are below!
As always, happy crocheting!
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