How do you know which is the right side of crochet?
You can always distinguish which side of the fabric you’re looking at by locating the tail of the foundation chain. If it’s on your left, then the right side is facing you; if it’s on the right, then the wrong side is toward you.
Do you crochet left to right or right to left?
When working back and forth in rows, left-handed crocheters work their stitches from left to right, and right-handed crocheters work from right to left. When working in rounds, left-handed crocheters work to the right (counter clockwise) and right-handed crocheters work to the left (clockwise).
What is RS and WS in crochet?
It can be confusing to understand, but it’s important to recognize this abbreviation. RS = Right Side and that’s the public side. WS = Wrong Side and that’s the back side. It’s also good to know that you won’t always see this and sometimes it will be up to you.
Does it matter which way you turn your work in crochet?
It may not seem like it matters, but turning in crochet ought to be done consistently each time. That is, you should be turning the same way every time you turn to the next side. The turn creates a neat edge, which is important if you are joining two pieces or seaming garments.
What is a reverse single crochet left-handed?
If you are left-handed, you normally crochet from the left to the right. But in reverse single crochet, you are going the other way! Follow the instructions below, referring to the right-handed or left-handed images to for additional help. I’ve also included a helpful video which you’ll find at the bottom of the post.
What does R mean in crochet?
tr = treble crochet. st/sts = stitch/stitches. tog = together. prev = previous. RS = right side.
What does it mean to work on the other side of the chain in crochet?
So it’s like you make a series of chains with single crochet stitches worked into them. When you get to the part where it says to “sc in each ch across opposite side” you’ll work on the opposite side of the chains stitches like it shows in this tutorial.