Learn how to treble crochet and do more with the stitch with these tutorials.
This tutorial will show you how to treble crochet into the first stitch of your row and explains the turning chain (TCH) and why you need it.
Learn how to treble crochet from working into your foundation chain to working your first couple of rows with this tutorial. It will walk you through skipping foundation chains (why and how many) and what to do about your turning chains (TCH), plus much more.
This tutorial will show you how to work just into the foundation chain. It gives you an in depth explanation about how and where to work your treble crochets into the foundation chain.
This tutorial will show you how to treble crochet into the middle of your row. This is the basic way to treble crochet for most of your projects.
This video will show you how to treble crochet into the last stitch of the row. It will explain how and why to stitch into your turning chain (TCH).
This tutorial will show you how to treble crochet in the back loop only. It will create a slightly ribbed fabric.
This video will show you how to treble crochet in the front loop only. When used on every row, you get a thinner fabric that drapes nicely.
Learn to decrease in treble crochet with this tutorial.
This tutorial will show you how to increase in treble crochet.
This tutorial will show you how to make the extended treble crochet. This technique involves one extra step on a normal treble crochet and gives a taller treble crochet stitch that drapes nicely.
This tutorial will cover how to treble crochet into a center ring. This technique will produce an open hole at the beginning of your project.
This tutorial will show you how to combine your foundation chain with your first row of treble crochet. This produces a stretchy base for all your treble crochet projects.
This tutorial will show you how join your foundation treble crochet in the round by just crocheting. You won’t need any needles for this join.
This stitch will give you the speed of treble crochet but the dense look of single crochet. It is an easy stitch that just changes the steps of a regular treble crochet to give you a completely closed fabric.
Basic tutorial on how to change color when working in treble crochet.