I’ll be honest, friends. My preferred style is not lacy. So when it comes to crocheting spring and summer weight pieces, I have to find new stitches that are open without being too frilly for my taste. I nailed it last year with the geometric look of my Greenery Wrap, and this year I am loving the cut-out look of the Arcade Stitch! I’ve already used it in a few of my patterns and I have made a right and left handed video tutorial for you to learn this stitch. Keep scrolling to see the videos.
I am loving the Arcade Stitch this summer because it has some airiness about it without being too flimsy. I haven’t found the need to block my pieces I have made with it (though you certainly can if you are into that), and it’s a relatively simple 4 row repeat.
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Supplies for practicing:
- Any yarn you prefer and a corresponding crochet hook (I use Clover Amour)
- Yarn needle
- Scissors (I always keep these Fiskars Travel Scissors in my hook case)
Right Handed Video:
Left Handed Video:
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