Third Dimension Crochet Stitch

Third Dimension Crochet Stitch

The Third Dimension Crochet Stitch could be the next best thing on your list of crochet stitches to learn. It has a fun, holey design that could be great for afghan squares, dishcloths, face scrubbies, and more. Within this new crochet stitch, there are front post single crochet stitches that provide a great start. You'll be able to work up new crochet designs in no time as long as you learn how to make this third dimension crochet stitch! It's so fun to learn something new, no matter how much experience with crochet you already have.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

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Rhondda has the most highly recommended tutorials and heres a perfect example of why. The written instructions are very good, but those step by step photos are excellent. I think theyre even better than an instructional video because of the freeze frame aspect. Do yourself a favor and download this and her other tutorials into a special file for future reference.

Wow I love this Third Dimension Crochet Stitch! This tutorial is great with pictures and written pattern showing just how it's done making it look so easy! What a unique idea, I can't wait to make a scarf using this dimension crochet stitch. No one will have one and I love being different. It could also be used to make a baby blanket with such a nice texture. So cool, I can't wait to get started! Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet tutorial.


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