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Trinity Crochet Stitch Tutorial

Trinity Crochet Stitch Tutorial
Trinity Crochet Stitch Tutorial
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The Trinity Crochet Stitch Tutorial helps you learn to crochet a new crochet stitch that looks like flowers lined up next to each other. The dense fabric made by this stitch has great texture and warmth. This crochet stitch is great made in rows by itself, but can also be combined with other stitches to create new designs. This step-by-step photo tutorial walks you through each part of the stitch, leading you to success. The crochet tutorial also includes an 8” granny square pattern, which is an awesome bonus!

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I love learning new stitches and this Trinity Crochet Stitch is new to me too. The written pattern is great with very clear pictures to help you understand the written pattern. This stitch pattern will make a nice warm tight cloth. There are so many ideas running through my head for this stitch, like hats, cowls, blankets, slippers, the list goes on. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet tutorial.

I made a baby afghan with this stitch. It was so easy after I did a row. It looks much more difficult that it is. Thanks for the video. I love using new (for me) patterns.

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