How To Crochet Front Post Double Crochet
Knitting & Crocheting

How To Crochet Front Post Double Crochet

A front post double crochet is a technique that forms a knobby or bump on the top of your crochet project. A bump provides visual interest and adds strength to your projects. This crocheting technique also makes your projects more durable and less prone to breaking. Essentially, this is an advanced crochet technique that can add major benefits to your projects.

The front post double crochet is similar to the double crochet stitch. However, the front post double crochet is worked into the row below the foundation chain. This creates a bump on the right side of your projects. The bump is formed by pulling up multiple loops on the hook, then yarn over and pull through all of the remaining loops on the hook.

Now you will understand better with the photos below!

It’s important to note that this crochet technique has to be done in a specific order. If you don’t do it correctly, your front post double crochet will look messy and won’t give you the bumpy look you’re looking for.

The post double crochet method is used to create dimension and intricate designs in crocheting. This crochet technique involves inserting a hook after completing the first double crochet stitch and then pulling the loop back through the chain to complete the second double crochet stitch.

Burj Design youtube channel has prepared a wonderful video on this technique, (as always!)

You can learn how to do this with two different methods: front post double crochet and back post double crochet.

The main advantage of using this method is that it creates more loops of yarn. This is especially useful for creating projects with intricate patterns.

These projects require many extra loops of yarn to achieve the desired look. This method is also great for creating edging around your projects since it helps create a solid boundary between your project and the surrounding texture. Essentially, whatever you design using this method is sure to look awesome thanks to the extra detail it provides.

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