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How to Front post single crochet

Hello there! My name is Ana. Welcome to Little crochet farm!

Today, I will show you how to do a front post single crochet, working in the round!

I will go through the post with step-by-step images and descriptions. Also, at the end of this page, there is a video lesson showing you how to FPSC.

So, if you are more of a video learner, scroll down and go straight to the video.

The US terminology for front post single crochet is FPSC. And it is written like this that you will find in crochet patterns.

Let’s move on to the stitch.

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You will insert the needle as you would for single crochet in the middle of the stitch.

Then you will come out to the front, inserting the needle in the stitch next to the one you are working on.

This way, you will be taking this connection of both stitches. This, division of stitches that you can see in the image.

Pull the yarn.

And finish your single crochet.

This will make your stitch to be outside of your work. Above the right side!

And that’s it!

Thank you for being here today, I hope this was informative to you!

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