{Crochet Stitches} Diamond Tweed

Notes: The Diamond Tweed moves stitches back and forth to create a subtle diamond texture. It would make a great all-over pattern for numerous projects where a lacy, dainty fabric is desired. Stitch Count: Any odd number of stitches. Written Instructions: Row...

{Crochet Stitches} Block

Notes: The Block stitch pattern is very similar to the Brick stitch, but the Block takes on a twist with front post double crochet stitches between the bricks. This stitch would be clever used in a “baby blocks” blanket. Stitch Count: Multiple of 3...

{Crochet Stitches} Brick

Notes: The Brick stitch combines simple single and double crochet stitches with chain stitches to create a striking block texture. This stitch would be great used in an afghan. Note that this pattern stitch begins on a wrong side row. Stitch Count: Multiple of 4...

{Crochet Stitches} Kuranchi

Notes: The Kuranchi stitch is a variation on the Crunchy stitch we showed you last week. It is a combination of slip stitches, single and double crochet that creates a lightweight fabric great for sweaters. Stitch Count: Any odd number of stitches Written...

{Crochet Stitches} Crunchy

Notes: The Crunchy Stitch combines slipped stitches and half-double crochet stitches. The combination creates lots of texture and bold horizontal lines. This stitch would work well in panels within a larger design. The texture would also be great for scrubby...

{Crochet Stitches} Corolla Wave

Notes: The Corolla Wave amps up the glam of the Simple Wave from Sunday by adding chain stitches to create an airier, lacier fabric. It would work beautifully in scarves and shawls. It is pretty in a solid color or consider working the single crochet rows in a...

{Crochet Stitches} Simple Wave

Notes: The Simple Wave is another chevron-like pattern. By adding a row of single crochet between each double crochet row, it softens the edge and becomes more wave-like. Working the single crochet rows in a different color would really show off the wave and add lots...
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