This video and picture tutorial explains how to make a split single crochet stitch. The split single crochet stitch is created in the same way as a single crochet. The difference is where you place your hook to start the stitch. As you can see from the photo, the stitch makes rows of "V"s.
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The photo above shows the normal place you would put a single crochet stitch. This is NOT where the split single crochet goes. See next photo.
See in the photo above, you put your hook through the middle of the previous stitch. So, in this case, I have a previous row of Split Single Crochet, so I put my hook in the middle of the "V" from the previous row. So, put your hook through the middle of the previous stitch.
Then continue with your normal single crochet by yarn over.
Pull your hook through.
Yarn over again.
And then pull through once more. You have completed the split single crochet. Notice that you have rows of "V"s.
If the picture tutorial is harder to understand, click the video link above to watch the video on how to make this stitch.
LEARN TO CROCHET SERIES:
Slip Knot: Learn the Slip Knot
Chain Stitch: Learn to Chain Stitch
Single Crochet: Learn to Single Crochet
Double Crochet: Learn to Double Crochet
Split Single Crochet: Learn to Crochet the Split Single Crochet
Turning Chain: Learn the Turning Chain
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