How to Crochet Scallop Stitch - Left Handed
Left-Handed | 1 min read time
In this video you'll learn how to crochet Scallop Stitch, a technique used to make Miffy's stylish collar! To make sure you can follow the steps clearly, we're going to use our Chunky Wool. For this pattern we will be using US crochet terminology, and each stitch will be worked into the front loop.
Begin by working 6 slip stitches.
We will now work a total of 3 stitches into the front loop of the 7th stitch:
- First, make one Half Double Crochet (a Half Treble Crochet in UK terminology).
- Next, work one Double Crochet (a Treble Crochet in UK terminology).
- Finally, make a Treble Crochet (a Double Treble in UK terminology).
In the front loop of the 8th stitch, you will work 3 Treble Crochet stitches (Double Treble Crochet in UK terminology).
For the next stitch we will repeat the steps used in the 7th stitch:
- Work one Treble Crochet,
- then one Double Crochet,
- and finally, one Half Double Crochet.
You have now finished your first scallop!
To keep a neat gap between the scallops, work 2 slip stitches through the front loops.
We will now repeat this sequence to create the second scallop:
- Through the front loop of your next stitch, work one Half Double Crochet, one Double Crochet, and one Treble Crochet.
- In the next stitch, make 3 Treble Crochets through the front loop.
- Lastly, in the front loop of the next stitch you will work one Treble Crochet, one Double Crochet, and one Half Double Crochet.
You have now finished your second scallop.
Complete the rest of your row by making 6 slip stitches into the front loops of the row.
Your finished scallops can now be folded over into a neat collar!