Crossed trebles (also known as crossed double crochet if you are in the US) are an easy and pretty variation of the basic treble stitch and there are a couple of simple ways in which you can incorporate them into a crochet fabric or stitch pattern.
To make a crossed stitch, simply miss one stitch and go back to work the one you missed so that the two stitches cross over
Photographs below show crossed trebles (US crossed double crochet)worked along a row of double crochet stitches (US single crochet stitches)
You can do a whole row, or experiment with incorporating this stitch within a pattern
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