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How to Crochet the Feather and Fan Stitch

How to Crochet the Feather and Fan Stitch
How to Crochet the Feather and Fan Stitch
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Learn How to Crochet the Feather and Fan Stitch when you watch this super helpful video tutorial. This is a truly gorgeous crochet stitch that you can use for a multitude of different projects. Plus, the feather and fan stitch is an elegant and unique looking stitch that makes truly gorgeous shawl and blankets. You can really let your imagination run wild with what you would like to use this crochet pattern for. The repeating rows in this feather and fan crochet stitch make this a wonderfully easy stitch to master! 


Materials List

  • Crochet hook
  • Yarn

How to Crochet the Feather and Fan Stitch

Feather and Fan Stitch Instructions

  1. ch multiple of 15 + 2 sts.

  2. Row 1: starting in 3th ch from hook, hdc across. turn.

  3. Row 2: ch4 (counts as first tr), 3tr in same st, tr in next st, *skip 1 st, tr*, repeat between ** 5 times, 4tr in next st, [4tr in next st, tr, *skip 1 st, tr*, repeat between ** 5 times, 4tr in next st], repeat between [] to end of row. ch2, turn.

  4. Row 3: hdc in each st, turn.

  5. Rpt rows 2-3 to desired length, changing colors at the beginning of a new row with a sl st.

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The Feather and Fan Stitch is one version of the Ripple Stitch that I actually like. The above video does such a good job in showing how to work this stitch that even a Beginner can feel confident. Despite being a large stitch, it actually doesnt use that much yarn. You can also swap out Foundation Half Double (also in multiples of 15) for the initial chain working a Half Double back up the chain.


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