Question: Where is the back loop in crochet?

What is a back loop only in crochet?

Blo stands for “back loop only.” This is a direction for where you should work the indicated stitch. Single crochet back loop only (or sc blo) indicates that you should insert your hook under the back loop only, not under both loops, when working your next single crochet.

Which one is back loop?

When you hold the piece of crochet in front of you with the Vs on top, the part of the V closest to you is the front loop. The part of the V farther away from you on the opposite side is the back loop.

What is a back loop double crochet?

The Back Loop Double Crochet (BLdc)

The Back Loop Double Crochet is a variation on the traditional Double Crochet stitch. The main difference is that instead of inserting your hook underneath the entire stitch, the hook enters the center of the stitch, and exits underneath the back loop.

What is third loop in crochet?

The 3rd loop is, to put it simply, the “yarn over” that you make when crocheting a hdc stitch. When you yarn-over and then pull up a loop to begin a hdc stitch, keep an eye on where that “yarn-over” goes.

What is magic circle in crochet?

A magic ring or a magic circle is a way to begin crocheting in round by crocheting the first round into an adjustable loop and then pulling the loop tight. This is great way to start crocheting your toys, because you can pull the loop very tight so you won’t have a hole in the middle of your first round.

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When crocheting do you go through both loops?

Crocheting in both loops.

This is how amigurumi is usually crocheted and unless the pattern says differently, all crochet stitches should be crocheted around both loops on top of the stitch, inserting the hook under the two loops.