Inverse Front Loop


Hold the yarn in front of the hook. Going from back to front, insert the hook under the front loop of the stitch. Yarn under (place the yarn under the hook into the hook opening)*. Draw yarn through both loops on the hook. This stitch can be abbreviated as ‘iF’.

This stitch looks exactly like a back loop stitch turned around backwards.

(* You can also do a yarnover or yarn over backwards. Each way of placing the yarn in the hook gives the stitch a slightly different look.)


IF=  inverse front (front loop from behind)








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