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Corner to Corner Shell Stitch

Corner to Corner Shell Stitch

This Corner to Corner Shell Stitch tutorial is one of the most helpful you can find. All of the pictures and great descriptions will be sure to help you learn how to crochet this shell stitch in absolutely no time at all. If you follow all the directions exactly, you'll work up a fun, unique crochet coaster pattern that has a great pattern. It's always intriguing to learn something new, and this crochet stitch can be so useful for you in the future! Try it out or even take a look at the left-handed tutorial if needed.


Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

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

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This crochet stich reminds me of a basket weave stich. I like the idea of using this 4 x 4 square as a coaster. I could use all my left-over yarn and mix and match colors for caster sets. Would make a nice gift for my sisters, aunts, and girlfriends. I might even make a colorful lap throw.

Wow this Corner to Corner Shell Stitch tutorial is great! I have tried to make a corner to corner shell stitch blanket with just the written pattern and failed greatly. With this tutorial that has pictures to show just how it's done is so clear there is no way I can fail! I have passed up a lot of corner to corner patterns because they just wouldn't work for me, now this has showed this old dog how to do it and I won't be passing up the patterns anymore. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet tutorial.

i love how you show your videos you go slow but not to slow and you make sure you show exactly.....THANK YOU

This is a very nicely done, detailed photo tutorial of the corner to corner crochet shell stitch design. Corner to corner crochet is a very popular technique right now. You can make anything from a dishcloth, to a scarf, to a blanket, and beyond! Once you master this stitch you will find many patterns out there, including picture (graph) patterns, utilizing this stitch and color changes to make a picture in your project. A fun and fast technique!

I'm intrigued by this corner to corner shell stitch design. I'm sure you are just as curious as I am to learn this stitch. Here is the link to the step-by-step pattern http// == corner-shell-stitch.html. I have pinned this for future reference.


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