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The Double Triple Crochet Sitch is also commonly called the Double Treble Crochet Stitch, both terms being US crochet terms.
I like to think of the Double Triple Crochet stitch as a quadruple crochet or an extended triple crochet. Basically, it’s a triple crochet with another yarn over in the initial start of the stitch.
Our Free Crochet Patterns Using the Double Triple Crochet Stitch:
Abbreviation for Double Triple Crochet Stitch
On crochet patterns, the Double Tripple Crochet Stitch will be abbreviated as dtr.
Step By Step Guide On How To Make A Double Triple Crochet Stitch With Pictures
Step 1.) Yarn over 3 times on your hook when starting the stitch.
Step 2.) Insert your hook into the stitch your putting your double triple crochet in and yarn over again.
Step 3.) Pull up a loop through the stitch. You will have 5 loops on the hook at this point.
Step 4.) Yarn over and pull up through 2 loops. Do this 3 times total until only one loop is left on the hook.
You have now completed a Double Triple Crochet Stitch.
Other Crochet Stitch Tutorials:
- Single Crochet
- Single Crochet Back Loop Only
- Half Double Crochet Slip Stitch
- Half Double Slip Stitch
- Half Double Crochet Back Loop Only
- Extended Single Crochet