You asked: What is HTR in UK crochet?

What is a US treble crochet in UK?

Treble crochet in UK terms or double crochet in US terms is a taller stitch than double crochet (UK). It is around twice as tall as double crochet which means that your work will grow more quickly with this stitch, in the same way as a wall would grow more quickly if you used taller bricks.

What are the UK crochet terms?

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 is a HDC in UK crochet?

The half double crochet (abbreviated hdc) is kind of an oddball stitch. The half double crochet falls in between a single crochet and a double crochet in height, but instead of working off two loops at a time, you draw the yarn through three loops on the hook.

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.

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How many chains do you need to turn a HDC?

How to Crochet a Turning Chain

Stitch Name and Abbreviation Number of Turning Chains Needed
Single crochet (sc) 1
Half double crochet (hdc) 2
Double crochet (dc) 3
Triple crochet (tr) 4

What is US DC in UK?

UK double crochet (dc) = US single crochet (sc) UK double crochet (dc) = US single crochet (sc) UK half treble (htr) = US half double crochet (hdc) UK half treble (htr) = US half double crochet (hdc) UK treble / triple crochet (tr) = US double crochet (dc)

What is SC in American crochet terms?

Single crochet (sc) Double crochet (dc) Insert hook into stitch, yarn over hook, draw up a. loop, yarn over hook, pull through both (2) loops.

What is a DC in UK terms?

UK term: Double Crochet.