Crochet Linen Stitch is a versatile and elegant stitch that is perfect for lightweight and breathable summer projects. To crochet the Linen Stitch, you’ll need to alternate between single crochets and chains, working each stitch into the space created by the chain from the row below. The result is a tightly woven, fabric-like texture that resembles linen fabric.
How to Crochet Linen Stitch in the round ?
The Linen Stitch can be worked in the round just as easily as it can be worked in rows. To crochet the Linen Stitch in the round, you’ll start by working a series of chains that are a multiple of 2. Then, you’ll join the last chain to the first chain with a slip stitch, forming a loop. From there, you’ll work single crochets and chains, just as you would in the row version of the stitch, being careful to work each stitch into the space created by the chain from the previous round. With each subsequent round, you’ll continue alternating between single crochets and chains, working each stitch into the space created by the chain from the previous round. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced crocheter, working the Linen Stitch in the round is a fun and creative way to add a new stitch to your repertoire!
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The stitch creates a beautiful, subtle texture that is perfect for scarves, blankets, and other projects that you want to have a delicate look. The Linen Stitch is a great choice for experienced crocheters who want to try something new, and it’s also a great stitch for beginners who want to learn a new technique. With a little practice, you’ll be able to master the Linen Stitch and create beautiful, one-of-a-kind projects!
Beg – beginning
Ch – chain
Prev – previous
Sc – single crochet
Sk – skip
St – stitch
Make a slip knot and place it on the hook.
1) Sc in 3rd chain from hook. Ch 1, sk 1, sc in the next chain. Repeat from * to * until 2 chains
remain. Ch1, sk1, sc in the last chain. Turn your work.
2) Chain 2. Sc in the first ch space. Ch 1, sk 1, sc in the next chain space. Repeat from * to *
until 1 sc remains. Ch1, sk1, sc in the beg ch2 space of the prev row. Turn
Repeat step 2 until you have made a project.
Leaving a 6” tail, cut the yarn, chain 1, pull the tail completely through the loop and cinch it tight. With a darning needle, weave in the ends.
CROCHET 3-COLOR LINEN STITCH
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