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This is a free tutorial for the Tulip crochet stitch, which is worked in similar fashion to the Corner-to-Corner (C2C) pattern but in the horizontal direction instead of vertical. The tutorial contains photos and videos.
If you look really hard, you can sort of make out a tulip, right? Or maybe the tulip is really obvious to you already. For me, I had to study this stitch for about five minutes before I could honestly say, “Well, yeah. Sure. There’s sort a tulip-like shape in this here area.” But regardless whether the namesake is apparent to you to not, there’s no denying that the texture of this stitch is beautiful.
Whether you want to use floral stitch patterns in your projects or just love the texture, please read below to learn how to make this stitch.
When it comes to beautiful and elegant, but fast stitch patterns, crocheting the tulip stitch is for sure on the top of the list. This stitch looks actually very similar and almost the same as the Corner to Corner (C2C) stitch pattern, but it is made horizontally rather than diagonally.
The Tulip Crochet Stitch can be made into many different things such as blankets, scarves, hats or anything else that is easier a crocheted square, rectangle or three-dimensional circle. I am pretty sure, I will use this stitch for my next blanket pattern. My brain is already spinning with ideas on which colors to use and how big to make it.
I can even imagine this stitch for a wonderful bag that has some lining inside such that the bag does not sag when adding items such as your yarn skeins or crochet projects. Alright, I will get out my crochet project journal and get my ideas down before I will forget them.
In the meantime, let me teach you how to crochet this amazing textured tulip stitch which is made mainly out of double crochets, single crochets and chains. Having single crochets in this stitch pattern is one of the few things that makes this stitch different from the corner to
In case you are curious about the crochet hook I am using and loving, they are called Furls Crochet Hooks and I especially love the Odyssey crochet hooks. They are made out of metal and have more weight in the front which makes it easier and faster to crochet. I wrote an entire review on these beautiful hooks.
How to Crochet Horizontal Rows of C2C – Tulip Crochet Stitch Photo Tutorial
1. Make a chain of a multiple of 4 plus 5 for the turning chain. Next, crochet 3 dc in the 5th ch from the hook. *Skip 3 chains and place 1 sc in the next ch. Ch 3 and place 3 dc in the same st as the sc. Now repeat from * until the end stopping after the last sc is placed. Turn
2. Next, chain 5 (some tutorials make it with 4) and place 3 dc in the 5th ch from the hook (in the 4th ch if you made only 4 chains). *Skip [1sc, 3 dc] and place 1 sc in the ch-3 space. Chain 3 and place 3 dc’s in the same ch-3 space. Repeat from * until the end of the row finishing with 1 sc. Turn
3. Now, you will repeat step 2 until you are finished with your project.
4. Once you have crocheted the Tulip Stitch for several rows, it should look like this. It is a very beautiful stitch that will remind anyone of the Corner to Corner stitch pattern. Now you will also have an easier time crocheting horizontal color stripes with a stitch pattern that looks like the C2C, but it is not.
If you are more of a visual learner, then the below tutorial will for sure help you out with this amazing and stunning tulip stitch pattern. Be sure to share this tutorial on social media using the above or below buttons. Thank you!
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How to Crochet Horizontal Rows of C2C – Tulip Crochet Stitch Video Tutorial
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