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Spider Stitch Throw



Crochet yourself this luxurious Spider Stitch Throw! Spider Stitch is a technique that creates the illusion of a spider's web.

Spider Stitch Throw


Crochet Hook: H/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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Feb 15, 2012

Would like to see the pattern.


Apr 3, 2011

I too, was having a hard time seeing the details of the pattern so I have a plan to help everyone who is going through the same thing. I only hope I can explain it thorough enough to understand. Please bare with me and good luck in your ventures. First of all I copied the pattern on my copier then I went back to the photo and HIGHLIGHTED THE AFGHAN ONLY. Then, Simultaneously Press The "CTRL" and the "+" button until you get to the desired size. Once you have your desired size you need to simultaneously press the "CTRL" and the "C" button to copy. Sometimes the highlight will go off --that's o.k. Next step go to "WORD" and once you have a blank document up as if you were writing a letter, simultaneously press "CTRL" and the "V" button. Your photo of the afghan should appear. If it appears at normal size, press "CTRL" and the "+" button until it reaches the desired size then copy. Hope that helps -- happy stitching! Dian


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Mar 24, 2011



Mar 23, 2011

I found a web site with pictures and complete instructions on the "Spider Stitch". The photos of the block of Spider Stitch help a lot. It's kind of like filet crochet, with stitches to pull the rows together to make a web. Sounds confusing until you see the pictures.


Feb 27, 2011

Please use lighter colored yarn ! Make the picture of the stitches larger !


Feb 27, 2011

Here is the link to the pattern, it will also enlarge for a better picture


Feb 17, 2011

ditto. need closer picture and diagram of the actual spider stitch, please.


Feb 16, 2011

you are right Shirley...Would liked to see a better picture


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