The Piggyback Stitch

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The newest Learn A Stitch Washcloth is an interesting and easy variation of the half double crochet stitch.

The piggyback stitch is aptly named because one half double piggybacks onto another to create this unique texture.

The video will walk you through the piggyback process while making a useful washcloth.

Click here to download the pattern and watch the free video tutorial.

Lefties click here.

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Create Texture With This New Free Washcloth Pattern

Crossed Single Crochet Washcloth
Crossed Single Crochet Washcloth

Learn how to do a crossed single crochet with the newest Learn A Stitch Washcloth.

This simple two stitch repeat creates a fantastic texture that can be used for so many different projects.

The video tutorial will show you exactly how to make the cross over so even a beginner can make this project.

Download the pattern and watch the video here.

Lefties click here.

Change Up Your Double Crochet With This New Free Pattern

Dipped Double Crochet Washcloth
Dipped Double Crochet Washcloth

Time for a new learn a stitch washcloth. This pattern takes double crochet and changes it slightly to give the spike stitch appearance.

It can be substituted in any pattern that uses normal double crochet since there is no set amount of stitches that must be made to make this pattern work.

Download the pattern and watch the free video tutorial here.

Lefties click here.

Free Learn A Stitch Washcloth ~ My Present To You.

Mini Shell Washcloth
Mini Shell Washcloth

Here is the 3rd Learn A Stitch Washcloth.

This one is called the Mini Shell because the super simple pattern repeat makes these cute little shells throughout.

I also happened upon a cool new edging that is really fun to do. It gives a crab stitch (AKA reverse single crochet) look, but thinner and you don’ t have to work backwards.

Check out the pattern and video here.

Lefties click here.

 

Learn Some New Crochet Stitches With This New Series

Crunch Washcloth
Crunch Washcloth

I’m starting a new series of Free Pattern Workshops. This washcloth series is going to teach you some new ways to use basic crochet stitches to make cool textures and stitch patterns.

The first washcloth is made with a stitch usually called the “Crunch Stitch”. It’s a simple one row repeat, but creates a really cool look.

You can check out the pattern and video tutorial here.

Lefties click here.

Viewer Request Video

I also have a new viewer request video. It’s pretty specific, but those are usually the ones that are the most needed when you lease expect it. This video will show you how to decrease FPSC (front post single crochet) and BPSC (back post single crochet ) when working in the round.

You can check it out here.

Lefties click here.

This Owl is Ready to Wash!

I finally finished the Cabled Owl Washcloth pattern. It is now ready for your download enjoyment (lefties click here)!

Be sure to let me know if you have any requests for future videos. You can leave requests in the comment section.

Plus I’ve got some exciting news coming up soon, so follow the blog to be one of the first to find out what it is.

For Your Summer Pleasure

Here is the latest Free Pattern Workshop. This was a viewer request; she wanted a fun and beachy themed Starfish Washcloth. If you have any requests be sure to contact me and see if I can make it up for you and everyone else.

Using about 60 yards of 100% cotton, you can make one of these up in a couple of hours. You can download the pattern here.

If you are left handed here is your version of the video.

When Will My Owl Obsession End?

Owl Washcloth
Coming Soon

No time soon!

I’m making up a new video on how to make this cabled owl washcloth. The cabled owl has been around since the 70s in knit form — I know this because I found an old ad for a pattern in one of my vintage magazines. I wanted to come up with my own crochet version of it and this washcloth is what happened. I’m 3/4 of the way finished with the video and should hopefully have it up by next week. If you’re not following the blog already, now is a great time to sign up. You’ll get notification as soon as it’s added!