I've long been a fan of knit-look crochet. I can't knit a stitch to save my life so I'm always trying to incorporate stitches or stitch patterns into my designs that resemble knit stitch patterns. Reversible knit-look ribbing is great for a variety of projects including adding a stretchy band to your hats or stretchy cuffs and waistbands to your sweaters.
Slip stitching is, by far, my favorite technique in crochet. However, I've come to realize that not everyone shares my same enthusiasm. Because of this, I've planned a series of blog posts and video tutorials where I'll share all of my tips and tricks on slip stitch crochet. Follow along with me to learn a few new stitch patterns, the hows and whys of this technique, and lots of great tips and tricks that will turn you into an expert slip stitcher in no time! 😀
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Let’s begin with a few stitch abbreviations and the written instructions for you to complete a dishcloth, if desired!
- H/8/5.00mm crochet hook (Clover Amour is my favorite)
- Worsted Weight Cotton Yarn / 4 (yarn shown in the video is Hobby Lobby's I Love This Cotton) You can use any weight yarn or hook size to practice this technique. I've only stated the yarn and hook I used for those wanting to make a dishcloth.
- ch(s): chain(s)
- yo: yarn over
- st(s): stitch(es)
- BLO: back loop only
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**The video tutorial is FULL of tips from start to finish so be sure to watch all the way through!**
Reversible Knit-Look Ribbing Dishcloth Instructions
Row 1: Using a 5mm crochet hook, ch 24, working into the back humps of the foundation chain, sl st into the 2nd ch from your hook, sl st in each ch across. Turn. (23 sts)
Row 2: Ch 1, working into the BLO, sl st in each st across. Turn.
Repeat Row 2 until your dishcloth is the desired size.
Fasten off. Weave in all ends.
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Don't miss Part 1 of my Knit-Look Stitch Tutorial Series: Knit-Look Garter Stitch
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