Puff Spike Crochet Stitch Tutorial
Are bored with the basic crochet stitches? We've got a new one for you called the Puff Spike Crochet Stitch Tutorial. This stitch is even cooler than it sounds. You won't be disappointed by learning to crochet it. When you know how to crochet different crochet stitches, then you can make so many more things and even make up your own patterns. Once you start working up this crochet stitch, you won't want to stop. Maybe you'll make a whole blanket out of it!
Did You Know?
Cluster, popcorn, and puff stitches aren't all the same. They may sometimes look very similar and the names indicate similar designs, but they're formed in different ways. We'll go over their distinct differences in terms of crocheting them.
The cluster stitch (also known as the bobble stitch) is a series of incomplete stitches so that each stitch in the cluster in not worked. All of the stitches are then joined with one stitch pulled through all the loops at the top once the allotted number of stitches for that cluster has been completed.
The popcorn stitch, unlike the cluster stitch, is a bunch of completed stitches all worked into where one stitch or space should be. Once the number of stitches allotted have been worked, remove the hook from the last stitch and inset it into the top of the first stitch of the bunch.
The puff stitch is made from yarn overs and drawn-up looks both worked in a specific stitch. After the allotted number of stitches are completed, the final yarn over is pulled through all the loops. After, work a tight chain stitch to hold the top of the puff stitch together, which is similar to completing the popcorn stitch.
Will you be able to tell the difference now that you know how each of these stitches are made?
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