TRIPLE TRE­BLE CRO­CHET (ttr) US term: dou­ble tre­ble cro­chet

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This is one of the long­est standard cro­chet stitches and is mainly used in fancy stitch pat­terns. It’s taller than a dou­ble tre­ble cro­chet stitch (de­scribed left) and is worked in a very sim­i­lar way, as fol­lows:

1 Make a foun­da­tion ch. Skip 5 ch, *yrh 3 times, in­sert hook un­der top loop of next ch.

2 Yrh, pull yarn through ch loop only (5 loops on hook).

3 † Yrh, draw loop through 2 loops only. Re­peat from † 3 times more and your triple tre­ble will be fin­ished. Re­peat from * to make more ttr sts.

4 To make the next row, turn work and ch5. This turn­ing chain counts as the first triple tre­ble in a new row. Skip first st at base of the t-ch. Work 1 triple tre­ble, in­sert­ing hook un­der the top 2 loops of the 2nd st in the pre­vi­ous row; con­tinue to the end of the row.

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