This simple crochet tutorial will help you to learn how to crochet linen stitch.
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What do you need to crochet this project?
- Yarndage: 1.76 Oz (50g) / 185 Yrds (169m)
- Yarn weight: Fingering (14 wpi) / Super Fine
- Fiber type: 100% mercerized cotton
- Yarn Brand: Yarn Art Begonia
Tips for beginners:
- Stitch/place markers
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How to crochet linen stitch
Crochet linen stitch is very useful and easy even for beginner crocheters because it’s nothing but a repetition of single crochet stitches and chains. It’s worked over two rows, and all you have to do to create a nice crochet project is repeat this pattern over and over again. This fantastic crochet stitch is great for scarves, dishcloths, giant sweaters and more.
Linen stitch crochet pattern
Writing instructions to crochet
Foundation chain: multiples of 2+1
Row 1: 2 ch, skip 3 ch from the hook, sc in next ch, *ch, sc in next ch, rep from * to the end, turn.
Row 2: 2 ch, sc in ch, *ch, sc in ch, rep from * to the end, turn.
Repeat row 2 until you have reached your desired length.
Stitch abbreviations used in this crochet
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