Crochet is a process of creating textiles by using a crochet hook to interlock loops of yarn, thread, or strands of other materials.[3] The name is derived from the French term crochet, meaning 'small hook'. Hooks can be made from a variety of materials, such as metal, wood, bamboo, or plastic. The key difference between crochet and knitting, beyond the implements used for their production, is that each stitch in crochet is completed before the next one is begun, while knitting keeps many stitches open at a time. Some variant forms of crochet, such as Tunisian crochet and broomstick lace, do keep multiple crochet stitches open at a time.

You can find basic crochet stitches here

Supplies for basic Crochet

  • Crochet hook
  • Some fiber–usually, yarn or crochet thread, although there are other possibilities​
  • Scissors
  • That's it! Those are the basic supplies you need to get started.

Additional supplies for
one-handed Crochet

Step 1

Place the yarn behind the bar helper, and form the starting chain by doing a slipknot. Pin the chain down to ApuSylvi.

crochet 1

Step 2

form as many chain stitches as you wish and ...

crochet 2

Step 3 them down when needed.

crochet 3

Step 4

second row, tighten the yarn when needed, and start forming stitches.

crochet 4

Step 5

when starting a new round, remove the pins and turn the work over and pin it down.

crochet 7

One handed crochet video

Place the yarn behind the bar, And form the starting chain by doing a slipknot. Fasten the chain to apusylvi using pins. Form as many chain stitches as you wish, pinning them down when needed. Second round Tighten the yarn, and start the new round. Here were making single stitches. Turn the craft over on every following round. If you can crochet using both hands, it isn't necessary to turn it over.

More information

ApuSylvi is a tool for handicrafters and rehabilitation professionals. We make handicrafts possible for all!
Succeed in one thing, success in many!