This stitch is better made in thicker yarns or the characteristics may be indistinct.
Push your hook through the closest “V” – yarn over hook – pull back through the “V” – you now have two loops on the hook.
Push your hook through the following “V” – yarn over hook – pull back through the “V” – you now have three loops on the hook.
Yarn over hook and push hook through all three loops.
The next stitch begins with pushing the hook through the same “V” as was used last in the previous stitch.
NOTE: This stitch is only pretty on the right side, so it works best with projects in the round.