Many people seem to have a bit of a confusion in figuring out what does Back Post Single Crochet (BPsc) mean? So I thought I’d explain it with this tutorial so that I can refer to it again whenever people send me an email asking for help in the future.
In my Coraline’s doll 2 – New Look pattern , you will find instructions for working in BPsc, that is, in Back Post Single Crochet.
But what does it mean?
The Back Post Single Crochet is a post stitch and can be worked in row or round.
This means the stitch is worked into the row below, around the post of the lower stitch. This creates a subtly textured edge and super nice for the sole for the shoe of the doll.
How to do the BPsc stitch (in round)
- Insert the hook from back to front of stitch working into.
- Insert the hook from front to back of next stitch.
- Yarn over and pull up a loop thru both stitches (2 loops on hook).
- Yarn over and complete single crochet, Back Post single crochet made.
You can learn how to work with this tutorial on how to do Back Post Single Crochet (BPsc).
NOTE: do not worry! I will do the BPSC step by step with images and a short video with all the necessary movements to make this stitch. The video and images soon arrived here in this post!
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That’s all there is to it! Hope this clears up any remaining confusion about Back Post Single Crochet (BPsc).