A Popcorn Stitch is basically 5 dc’s into the same stitch/space. The “Popcorn” is formed by pulling the top of the last dc through the top of the first dc. Popcorn Stitches can also be made with 3, 4, 6, or 7 stitches, depending on how skinny or ‘puffy’ you want them to be.
How do you crochet the top of a popcorn stitch?
Re-insert it front to back through the top of the first stitch. Now insert it back through the top loop of the last stitch. Yarn over and pull through. This joins the top of the last stitch to the top of the first stitch, closing the stitches together to create the popcorn shape.
What is the top of a crochet stitch?
Top of the stitch
In simple terms, this is where you insert you hook when working a traditional crochet stitch. When a pattern says something like; “slip stitch to the top of the stitch to join”, they mean work your hook under those two loops at the top of the stitch.
Whats a popcorn stitch?
Popcorn stitch is a playful crochet stitch that adds dimension to your work. Each bobble or “popcorn” has a puffed texture that makes a fun border, but also adds warmth and thickness when grouped together to make hats, blankets, and more.
Do you crochet under both loops?
Typically, when you crochet you insert your hook under both the front and back loops of the V. But when a pattern asks you to crochet into the back loop, you insert your hook into the back loop only and make your stitch as instructed.
What crochet stitch looks the same on both sides?
The Half Double V Crochet Stitch is a very easy pattern to work! It is also very pretty and looks the same on both sides!