The long single crochet stitch is a fantastic technique that adds height and texture to your crochet projects. It’s a variation of the traditional single crochet stitch that creates a longer, more elongated stitch. In this blog post, we will guide you through the step-by-step process of crocheting the long single crochet stitch, enabling you to bring a unique touch to your crochet creations.
Step By Step
- Insert your hook into the identified space between the stitches.
- Yarn over and pull the yarn through the space, bringing it up to the same level as the loop on your hook.
- Yarn over once again and pull the yarn through both loops on your hook. You have completed long single crochet stitch.
Check out this video showing how to crochet long single crochet stitch into space between double crochet stitches.
Notation In Crochet Diagrams
In this article I use US notation.
In diagram this stitch looks like single crochet with an extension. For example, like this:
Congratulations! You’ve learned how to crochet the long single crochet stitch into a space. This beautiful technique can add depth, texture, and visual interest to your crochet projects. Experiment with different color combinations, yarn weights, and stitch patterns to create unique and eye-catching designs.
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