The popcorn stitch (abbreviated pop or pc) is a nicely rounded, compact oval that stands out from the fabric. It takes a bit more time to make than other raised stitches, but it’s well worth the effort.
What are the abbreviations for crocheting?
Crochet abbreviations are a way to shorten a certain crochet stitch name inside patterns.
Abbreviations for Basic Crochet Stitches.
|hdc||half double crochet|
|tr||treble crochet or triple crochet|
|dtr||double treble crochet|
|trtr||triple treble crochet|
What does popcorn stitch look like?
Popcorn stitch is a playful crochet stitch that adds dimension to your work. Each bobble or “popcorn” has a puffed texture that makes a fun border, but also adds warmth and thickness when grouped together to make hats, blankets, and more.
What is the difference between popcorn and bobble stitch?
You will want some projects to be fluffy and light ( e.g. a baby blanket) while some heavier and hard wearing (e.g. a pillow cover). All three stitches are yarn eaters, but the popcorn stitch uses the most yarn out of the three, followed by the bobble and, last, the puff stitch.
What is VP crochet?
Russian Crochet Terms
chain (ch) воздушная петля (ВП) slip stitch (sl st)
What does SPS mean in crochet?
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.
What is PSN in crochet?
Puff Stitch or ‘ps’ – How to Crochet.
How do you crochet a popcorn baby blanket?
A popcorn stitch (pc) is created by making 4 dc into one stitch then remove your crochet hook from the stitch it is in and insert the hook from front to back in the first double crochet of this group; pick up the loop you dropped and pull it through the first double crochet stitch. That’s all there is to it!
How many chains do you need for popcorn stitch?
A Popcorn Stitch is basically 5 dc’s into the same stitch/space. The “Popcorn” is formed by pulling the top of the last dc through the top of the first dc. Popcorn Stitches can also be made with 3, 4, 6, or 7 stitches, depending on how skinny or ‘puffy’ you want them to be.