crochet stitch


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Noun1.crochet stitch - any one of a number of stitches made by pulling a loop of yarn through another loop with a crochet needlecrochet stitch - any one of a number of stitches made by pulling a loop of yarn through another loop with a crochet needle
chain stitch - the most basic of all crochet stitches made by pulling a loop of yarn through another loop
double crochet, double stitch - a kind of crochet stitch
shell stitch - a crochet stitch
single crochet, single stitch - a crochet stitch
stitch - a link or loop or knot made by an implement in knitting, crocheting, embroidery, or sewing
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Diana showed me a new fancy crochet stitch her aunt over at Carmody taught her.
A crochet stitch tutorial section is included for a refresher if needed, and all stitches are explained clearly and charted as well as written out.
Jean Leinhauser & Mary Ann Frits' Crochet Stitch Guide is a dandy for needle work enthusiasts.
Beginners now have a reference that embraces all kinds of crochet stitch work!
From a 'knit or crochet stitch of the month' section that teaches new skills to suggestions for 'music to knit by' and insights on scents and symbols to consider, this is a wide-ranging blend of spiritual and needlework tips, and provides a fine collection of prayer shawl basics perfect for any who would love to combine knitting and crocheting with spiritual purpose.
I believe that, to the extent possible, we should make an effort to avoid labeling-which is inherent in us- about the type of kippah, the color, the size, and the type of crochet stitch. And yes, the lack of a kippah as well.
"Crocheting the Lorenz manifold, on the other hand, requires continuous attention to the instructions in order not to miss when to add or indeed remove an extra crochet stitch."
Not only is this Rowan `shrug' the perfect cover-up for the more exposed vest styles but it's in an easy crochet stitch that will be easy to master.
Schapper's THE COMPLETE BOOK OF CROCHET STITCH DESIGNS (9781454701378, $17.95) presents a 'bible' of crochet stitches with 500 patterns covering all the basics of making lace, faux knitting, and more.
If you haven't crocheted for a while, or want to learn, there's lots of books around, like Simple Crochet by Erika Knight (Quadrille Publishing) with easy to follow diagrams teaching the foundation chain and the single crochet stitch through to the double, via the treble and the half treble, and showing how using different yarns can create different effects.