Thursday, March 30, 2006

Mesh Stitch, in detail

It seems that my MESH stitch is the most popular thing I have ever done. So, it is time for me to explain it in more detail. The stitch is a modification of the MOCK CROCHET stitch. The stitch is done "in the round" rather than as a flat panel. YOU DO NOT TURN, just continue with the sets of three. The stitch will have a spiral look to it as your piece grows. The mesh is accomplished by skipping every other peg. Make sure that on the skipped pegs that the yarn is woven BEHIND the peg.

You can use this stitch for many applications. Tote bags, shawls, shrug...the possibilities are endless. Feel free to email me if you have any questions.

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