Question: What does BPDC stand for in crochet?

If you’ve ever seen FPDC or BPDC in a pattern, or wondered what it. meant… here it is! It stands for Front Post Double Crochet & Back Post Double Crochet. When finished, it looks similar to knit & purl ribbing in knitting.

What does BPDC mean in crochet terms?

The Back Post Double Crochet is a method for making texture on the right side of your fabric. It is made by working into the row below, and pulls the fabric up and out on the right side, forming a bump in the fabric. It’s a technique used in cables, ribbing, simulated stitches, and basketweaves.

What does Fpdc and BPDC mean in crochet?

If you’ve ever seen FPDC or BPDC in a pattern, or wondered what it. meant… here it is! It stands for Front Post Double Crochet & Back Post Double Crochet. When finished, it looks similar to knit & purl ribbing in knitting.

How do you alternate DC and FPdc?

(DC, FPdc) in next dc means this….

  1. You are going to dc in the next dc, but you are also going to FPdc around the stitch you just did your dc in. …
  2. 1) yo, insert hook into next stitch.
  3. 3) yo, pull through 2 loops on hook.
  4. The next picture shows you the dc you just completed, and shows you where you will be doing your FPdc.
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What is a FP HDC?

Crochet Special Stitches and Techniques

YO, pull up a loop. Three loops on hook, YO hook, pull through all loops on hook. YO hook. Insert hook under post of st. Three loops on hook.