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February CAL Stitch Tutorial: Spike Stitch Video

Posted on February 13, 2017 by Bethany Dearden | 0 Comments

 

Week two of the February CAL for the Andean Peak Crochet Hat is officially here.

 This week we are going to be sharing a video stitch tutorial for the spike stitch used in the Andean Peak CAL.

If you missed last week's supply list you can find it HERE.  

This tutorial features simple dc and hdc stitches, placed in specific places to give the effect of spikes cascading down the hat.  NOTE:  The video below demonstrates the stitch pattern only.  Due to the nature of the hat, the stitch repeats will change slightly over the course of the hat, but this is specified clearly within the pattern.  The video tutorial will teach you the proper placement for the stitches!  

So grab your 5.0mm hook and your yarn and let's get started with this fun new tutorial.  Once you get this stitch down you will be all ready to make your own Andean Peaks Crochet Hat.  

Spike Stitch Tutorial for Andean Peaks Hats

Trisha uses one of our newly released Odyssey Gold hooks in this pattern. See them and the entire Odyssey Gold product line here.

Part one of the pattern will be released next Monday, February 20th.  

Be sure to join our exclusive CAL group on Facebook, Fun with Furls.  



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Furls Crochet Team

November 9th, 2016

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