Six Crochet Stitches that you Need to Try
No matter if you are a rookie or a needlework master: if you are into crochet, this post is for you!
We have featured six premium tutorials that will teach you the secrets of five different crochet stitches. Follow the steps and improve your crochet artwork! We hope you find them inspiring.
Crochet Moss Stitch or Granite Stitch
With this video by Daisy Farm Crafts, you can learn the secrets of the Crochet Moss Stitch. Also known as Granite Stitch, this is a basic movement for crochet lovers. To complete it, you only need to know two basic stitches: the single crochet and the chain stitch.
Basic Crochet V-Stitch
This stitch is one of the most straightforward crochet procedures. HopefulHoney, a crochet master, explains the V-Stitch on this video that we have featured. Take a look and enjoy learning how to create beautiful patterns with your thread.
The Shell Stitch is a traditional crochet procedure. It has recently gained popularity among crochet lovers all over the world. The shape of these stitches emulates a cute shell. Isn’t it gorgeous? If you’d like to give it a try, check this tutorial by Kristina Crochet. You’ll fall in love with it!
This stitch is the perfect fit for cozy projects, such as blankets, scarves, or wool cushions. A puff stitch is a bit more complex than a half double crochet, but it’s actually quite similar. If you’d like to learn how to make it at home, follow the instructions on this tutorial by Crochet Guru. We hope you enjoy it!
This tutorial by Repeat Crafter Me is the ultimate guide to the Spike stitch. Follow her instructions and you’ll be able to create beautiful patterns. This stitch is one of the best ways to combine colors in a crochet project. Give it a chance, we think you’ll like it!
Treble Shell Stitch
The Treble Shell Stitch is a beautiful variation of the original shell stitch. It’s very similar to the one that we’ve featured previously, and the results are amazing! Learn how to create it with this tutorial by The Crochet Crowd.
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