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Diagonal Spike Stitch: Crochet Stitch Tutorial

 

If you know how to stitch the double crochet, you are ready to learn the diagonal spike stitch!

I’m always looking for ways to add texture and I love learning new stitch patterns, how about you?!

This stitch is worked in a multiple of 4 +2 and uses double crochets with a slight twist.

 

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Why learn the linked double crochet cluster?

The diagonal spike stitch is such a simple and easy way to vary a large panel of double crochet.

If you’re like me, you get a little bored when doing a large piece, like maybe a blanket, that is just nothing but double crochet.

You can use this stitch to add some texture. Maybe every other row, or do 2 rows of each alternating.

Hooray for texture!

In about 7 minutes, you will be on your way to significantly improving your crochet life! Just grab a hook and some yarn and watch the video tutorial for this amazing crochet stitch below!

 

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Text Tutorial for the Diagonal Spike Stitch

Multiple of 4 sts +2

To make a practice swatch:

ch 25

Row 1: dc into 4th ch from hook, (dc into each of next 3 ch/sts, yo, insert hook into same ch/st that 1st dc of previous 3dc block was worked, yo, draw loop through and up, (leaving tension somewhat slack, so as not to crush the 3dc block,) finish as standard dc, sk1) 5 times, dc in last ch. 

You should have 5 diagonal spike stitches and one dc on each end (ch3 counts as first dc)

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