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In this crochet stitch tutorial, you will learn how to crochet the Honeycomb stitch. I will provide you with both a photo and a video tutorial to make learning this stitch as easy as possible.
This stitch is characterized by its honeycomb-like texture and appearance. Although the honeycomb stitch only appears on one side of the flat swatch you see above. To learn how to crochet this stitch, you simply need some yarn, I am using worsted weighted yarn, and a crochet hook – I am using a 5.0mm hook.
I also created a washcloth pattern using this stitch which you can find HERE. It is filled with texture that is perfect for your body and face. Be sure to try it out.
How to crochet the Honeycomb Stitch – Photo Tutorial
1. First, crochet a chain with a multiple of 3 plus 1. The starting from the 2nd ch from the hook, crochet 1 sc in each ch, then ch 1 and turn.
2. Next, place *1 sc in each of the next 2 sts, then crochet a 5 dc tog cluster, repeat from * until the end of the row, ch1 turn. In order to crochet a 5 dc tog cluster you will need to create 5 unfinished double crochets (6 loops on your hook).
3. Then yarn over and pull thru all 6 loops.
4. Then finish the row repeat as mention in step 2. Below you can see the dimension and texture created by making one cluster.
5. Now place 1 sc in each st, ch 1, turn.
6. Next, you will shift the honeycomb cells over by doing the following: *one 5 dc tog cluster, 1 sc in each of the next 2 sts, repeat from * until the end of the row, ch 1, turn, and then repeat step 5.
7. Finally, repeat rows 1 through 4 which are above steps 2 through 6 until you reach the desired length of you project.
This stitch would for sure make a great blanket, hat, scarf and dishcloth. And remember you can find the corresponding washcloth pattern using this stitch HERE.
How to crochet the Honeycomb Stitch – Video Tutorial
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