Mikey shows you how to make a triple crochet stitch as part of the basics in crochet. Triple stitches are marked on patterns
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So, we just finished the treble which is the basic step. And now, we’re going to move on to this one right here, that one right there. And that is called a double treble. So, we had a single stitch treble and so we did our single stitch here and then treble. And now, we’re going to a double treble. And what we need to do on the edge, we need to loop up four so one, two, three, and four. Okay. And then what we need to do is loop one and loop two. So, it’s a double treble, so you want to loop two. You want to go into the very—this here is part of your first one that one up. So, you want to go into the next available empty hole which is right there. And you want to pull through. So now, you got all of this on your needle that you need to work through. So, you only pull through two at a time so, two, two and two.
So, let’s do it again. So, wrap your needle once and twice, go into the next available hole right there and pull through, pull it through two and pull through two. Next available hole one, two, go in. Next available hole, pull through two, pull through two, pull through two. Next available one and two hole, pull through, pull through two, pull through two, pull through two.
Now, the secret of pulling through two if you’ve never done this before is you get to rotate your needle. That’s where everything is so I go in with my needle upside down. I pull my material and I keep it upside down because if I go up like this, I’m never going to be able to get through that hole again. So, I keep it upside down because what happens is that because I’m pushing up with my needle and I’m pulling down until it creates that space to get my needle through. I rotate my needle and pull it under because if I leave it there, I'm not going to get through so I pull under. I grab my material, pull under, grab my material and pull under.
So, let’s go again one and two. Pull through two, pull through two. Keep going. One and two, pull through two, pull through two, pull through two. Keep going. One and two, next available hole, pull through, pull through two, pull through two, pull through two. Next available one and two hole, pull through, pull through two, pull through two, pull through two. So, this is your very edge piece here. So, we wan to go one and two and then we just want to grab it so that we got two strings on top just like so and pull through, pull through two, pull through two and pull through two. And that will complete your line and that is a double treble.