How to Crochet the Cane Stitch

Rows of green cane stitches

Are you looking for a light and airy crochet stitch without large holes for your summer projects? You’re looking for the Cane Stitch! The Cane Stitch consists of overlapping double-crochet-2-together (DC2TOG) stitches straddling a ch-1 space. The result is a…

How to Crochet the Mushroom Stitch

mushroom stitch crocheted in blue yarn

On a recent trip to Reno, I visited Jimmy Beans Wool and fell in love with a colorway of Madelinetosh Tosh DK called “Shroom With a View.” It was dyed with a speckled mix of lush green and magenta. With…

How to Crochet the Plumage Stitch

Rows of purple crochet stitches that look like feathers

The stunning Plumage stitch creates rows of nested feathers (see what I did there?). I originally invented the stitch for the Feather Wrap Shawl, which feels like you’re being hugged by wings. The Plumage stitch starts with a foundation chain…

How to Crochet the Mini-C2C Stitch

a blanket made with the mini-C2C stitch, featuring a deer and a bear looking at a lake

Do you like the grid look of the C2C stitch, but the squares are too big for the project you want to make? The mini-C2C stitch comes to the rescue! The mini-C2C stitch uses half-double crochet (hdc) stitches instead of…

How to Crochet the Corner to Corner (C2C) Stitch

close up photo of the corner to corner stitch

Want to learn a crochet stitch that works up quickly and is more interesting than straight rows of stitches? The corner to corner stitch, abbreviated C2C, fits that description. Made entirely of double crochet (dc) and slip stitches, the C2C…

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