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Front & Back Cross Treble Stitches (ftrx) & (btrx)


Front Treble Cross (ftrx) (also called Front Cross Treble)

The front treble cross will be worked over 6 stitches. Skip three stitches, treble crochet in the next three stitches. Working in front of the stitches you just made, treble crochet 3 in the three skipped stitches.



Back Treble Cross (btrx) (also called Back Cross Treble)

The back treble cross will be worked over 6 stitches. Skip three stitches, treble crochet in the next three stitches. Working behind the stitches you just made, treble crochet 3 in the three skipped stitches.





To create the textured honeycomb fabric shown in the video, start with a foundation row of half double crochets in any multiple of 12 stitches. Then repeat the row 1-4 sequence below.


R1: ch2, [ftrx, btrx] across, turn.


R2: ch1, hdc across, turn.


R3: ch2, [btrx, ftrx] across, turn.


R4: ch1, hdc across, turn.

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