[COLOR="#300090"]You have most of the base stitches listed; here is a list off the top of my head.
sl st—Slip stitch: used to join in the round
(I think it looks similar to a duplicate stitch in knit)
[B][U]Base stitches[/U][/B]: (In order of increasing height)
- SC—Single Crochet
- HDC—Half-Double Crochet (1 YO to start)
- DC—Double Crochet (1 YO to start)
- Tr—Treble Crochet (2 YO to start)
- DTr—Double Treble Crochet (3 YO to start)
- TrTr—Triple Treble Crochet (4 YO to start)
The numbers show the number of chains needed to rise to the height of the stitch (such as in a turning chain).
([B][U]as listed on NexStitch[/U][/B])
Back Cross Stitch
Double Sol. Knot
Front Cross Stitch
If you find a pattern that uses these or perhaps other fancy stitches, then the pattern should also tell you how to do the stitch.
[[B][U]Magic ring or magic loop[/U][/B]](http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Cottage/3606/knowhow1.html#Beginning a ring with a loop)* (*crochet version) are for in the round.
That is a link to Daphine’s Tutorial page which has drawings and instuctions for the magic ring.
[B][U]The Magic Adjustable Ring: A Better Way to Begin Crochet in the Round[/U][/B] by Donna Hulka at CrochetMe.com has nice illustrattive photos.