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How To Crochet Front Post Treble Crochet FPtc

Front post treble crochet stitch

The front post treble crochet stitch is a versatile and textured crochet technique that creates raised stitches on the surface of your work. It adds depth, dimension, and a unique visual appeal to your crochet projects. We will guide you through the step-by-step process of crocheting the front post treble crochet stitch, enabling you to incorporate this stunning stitch into your future creations.

Step By Step

  1. To work a front post treble crochet stitch, you need to identify the corresponding stitch from the previous row where you will insert your hook. This stitch will be worked around rather than into.
  2. Yarn over your hook twice, wrapping the yarn from back to front. This will create extra yarn to complete the treble crochet stitch.
  3. Insert your hook from front to back and then from back to front around the designated stitch, coming out on the front side of your work.
  4. Yarn over and pull the yarn through the stitch, leaving four loops on your hook.
  5. Yarn Over and Pull Through Two Loops Yarn over and pull the yarn through the first two loops on your hook, leaving three loops remaining.
  6. Yarn over and pull the yarn through the next two loops on your hook, leaving two loops remaining.
  7. Yarn over and pull the yarn through the last two loops on your hook, completing the front post treble crochet stitch.

Video

Check out this video, it is part of tulip mandala series, showing how to crochet front post treble crochet stitch.

Notation In Crochet Diagrams

In this article I use US notation.

Abbreviation of this stitch is – FPtc. In diagram this stitch looks like this:

Front post treble crochet stitch

Conclusion

Congratulations! You have successfully learned how to crochet the front post treble crochet stitch. This technique adds texture, dimension, and a unique raised effect to your crochet projects. Practice regularly to perfect your tension and achieve consistent stitches.

Happy crocheting!

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