Peacock Feather Crochet Stitch Tutorials


Peacock Feather Crochet Stitch Tutorials

Peacock Feather Crochet Stitch Tutorials
Peacock Feather Crochet Stitch Tutorials

"Crochet tutorial that teaches you how to crochet the peacock stitch. This stitch's texture is the first thing that catches the eye! Then you think hummm what can I make from it? Great question! How about an afghan or a purse? Or a fun textured vest or sweater. Or a little girl skirt! I hope you can find something to make with this stitch. If you do, then please come over to the Facebook group Crochet 4 the Masses and share it with us!"


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Very impressive. There is a tutorial for both the right and left handed crocheter demonstrating how to create this peacock feather crochet stitch. At first glance I thought this was beautiful in a single shade but would this not be absolutely stunning in an hombre affect? Once I learn the stitch I plan on getting very creative.

This peacock feather crochet stitch sure is divine. There is a lot of texture in the stitch and would be a warm article no matter what you decide to make with this. I have a little time between projects and I like to try new stitches. This is the one I will work with this time.

This us a very different and pretty stitch. It looks some what like the crocodile stitch. I just hope it's easier to learn. I have been crocheting for 50 years and have learned many different stitches but have never been able to conquer that one. Thank you for sharing this tutorial.

Wow, I am glad I followed my usual pattern of viewing the video BEFORE trying to slog through the text instructions. One thing I would change is to work a Foundation Double Crochet instead of the Chain method. The project doesnt use any difficult stitches per se, but youre working forward and backward in the same section of a row before continuing. Watch the video and youll see what I mean


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