These instructions are given in UK terminology. ‘Half treble crochet (htr)’ is the same stitch as the American ‘half double crochet (hdc)’. Half treble crochet is between double and treble crochet in size, and looks slightly looser than double crochet.
What is a half treble crochet in US terms?
Half treble (htr)
Half trebles are stitches that are the next height up to a double crochet stitch. The yarn is wrapped round the hook first before going into the stitch (or space) and then once pulled through the stitch (or space) there will be three loops on the hook. … Pull the yarn through the chain.
Are double crochet and treble the same?
The American double crochet is the same as the British treble crochet.
What is the difference between UK and US crochet terms?
The main difference between the two systems is the starting point, the so-called single crochet stitch in US terms. … What is called a single crochet in US terms, is called a double crochet in UK terms. Similarly, what is called a double crochet in US terms, is a treble crochet in UK terms. And so on and so forth.
Is there a half treble crochet?
Its crochet etiquette … To work half triple crochet (htr): yo twice, insert hook from front to back in st or sp indicated, yo and draw yarn through st, (4 lps on hook), yo and draw yarn through 2 lps on hook, (3 lps on hook), yo and draw yarn through all 3 lps on hook.
What is slip stitch in crochet?
A slip stitch has very little height. It is used to join stitches that are worked in rounds such as a granny square. It is also used to travel to another part of a row without producing any visible stitches (such as indenting an armhole on a sweater).