Once you reach the end of a row, it’s time to work back along the other way. To do this you need to turn the work. This example shows a treble once again, so we’ve made a three chain turning chain.
Then simply turn the work before continuing to work the next row. This produces what is known as a right side (RS) and wrong side (WS) to the crochet fabric – something you’ll come to recognise in no time at all.
Turning the Chain
Different stitches have different size turning chains; double crochet is one chain (which is often not counted as a stitch); half treble is two chains; treble is three chains and double treble is four chains.