What does TC stand for crochet?
A treble crochet (sometimes called triple crochet) is taller than a double crochet and is made by working two yarn overs at the start of the stitch, instead of one yarn over as for double crochet.
What does MB mean in crochet?
Special Stitch: MB (Make Bobble): All in the same stitch: [yo, insert hook into st, yo, pull up a loop, yo pull through 2 loops] 4 times, yo, pull through all 5 loops on hook.
What stitch is HDC?
half-double crochet decrease stitch
A half-double crochet decrease stitch works two neighboring stitches together to create one stitch. You may see the half-double crochet decrease abbreviated as hdc2tog (half-double crochet two together) or simply HDC Dec.
What does M2 mean in crochet?
M2 = Increase by working 2 single crochet in next stitch.
What does TR DC mean in crochet?
|US terms abbreviation||UK terms abbreviation|
|double crochet dc||treble crochet tr|
|tripple crochet tr||double treble crochet dtr|
|back post double bpdc||raised treble back* rtrb|
|front post double fpdc||raised treble front* rtrf|
What does MB mean in knitting?
MB means “make bobble”. ssk means “slip, slip, knit”, i.e., the decrease “slip two stitches knitwise individually, then knit them together through the back loop”. skp is another decrease, meaning “slip, knit, pass the slipped stitch over the just knitted stitch”.
What does MP mean in crochet?
Variation: Make picot (mp) Notes: A picot is a small loop made out of chain stitches. Usually 3 chain stitches are used, but more chains can be used to create a bigger loop.
What is SBN in crochet?
(СБН or ст. б/н) skip. пропуск slip stitch.
What does KB mean in knitting?
Some patterns use ktbl to mean “knit through back of loop”; others use k-b to mean the same thing. What can be even more confusing is that many patterns use k-b to mean “knit in the stitch below.” Before you start, check your pattern to see what its abbreviations stand for.
What does SPS mean in crochet?
It is sometimes shown as sp(s), which means spaces. You also may see ch-sp, which means chain space. Sp or sp(s) means you will crochet into the space between stitches. Ch-sp means, when crocheting a chain, you will skip a stitch and work into the next.