This is a short tutorial on how to make the reverse single crochet stitch. It is fairly easy to make and is basically worked the same way that a regular single crochet stitch is worked. The only difference is that the reverse single crochet stitch is worked backwards from left to right as opposed to from right to left.
The different technique of the reverse single crochet stitch creates a nice cord-like ridge around the edge. The crochet stitch is perfect for adding a ridged edging to many crochet designs, such as dish cloths, hot pads, blankets and afghans and many others.