How to Crochet: Linked Treble Crochet (Ltr)

By Candace – 5 Comments

Treble crochet stitches are great because they add height to a piece quickly, but their airiness makes them more suited for lace than projects that need a more solid fabric. Linking the stitches lets you add height quickly while producing a solid, warm project. The swatches below have a row of traditional treble crochet stitches on top of a row of linked treble crochet stitches.

If you need to see a left-handed view, hover your cursor over the pictures.

The linked treble crochet stitch is made using the horizontal loops in the treble crochet stitch.

Insert your hook into the upper loop.

Yarn over and pull up a loop.

Insert your hook into the lower loop.

Yarn over and pull up a loop.

Insert your hook into the next stitch.

Yarn over and pull up a loop.

Complete your treble stitch: Yarn over and pull through two loops three times.

If you need help, feel free to leave a comment.

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  1. Audra Perry says:

    This is a very well done tutorial. I always appreciate your articles.

  2. Catriona says:

    Thank you so much, what a lovely and useful stitch! 🙂

  3. Where would I find a sample swatch to see the ‘finished look’ of the stitch? Thanks!

  4. Patty Henderson says:

    Thanks so much–I have never heard of this before! 🙂

  5. GranKris says:

    What is a linked 4uple treble crochet? Is it the same as a linked Double Treble crochet?

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