If you want to see how stitching in the back or front loop is used, you can take a peek at my Child's Slouchy Hat with Brim, or my Toddler Tutu Dress pattern. Notice the ridged effect. This is the result of stitching in just one loop.
Let's get started.
How to Crochet in the Back or Front Loop
We will begin with crocheting into the back loop (BL).
1. Normally, we insert our crochet hook into both loops of a stitch. Look at the photo and note where the front loops are and where the back loops are.
You work the front loop (FL) pretty much the same way... only with the front loop...
I told you it is easy!
Now go crochet in the back or front loops until your heart's content!
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