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How to do the twisted crochet stitch

New to crocheting and not sure how to do the twisted stitch yet? No fear, we’re here to walk you through it. The twisted crochet stitch is suitable in any season and its unusual structure, which is characterized by a game of solids and voids, adds a certain stiffness to the work. Generally pieces made with this stitch hang well, making it ideal for creating outerwear in our opinion.


We’ve chosen to make it using our Piuma yarn in pure merino wool and here’s the outcome.
7.00 mm KNITPRO Waves Crochet Hooks
7.00 mm
1 pc. € 3,97
Piuma - 500 g - Tempera Collection
Dance Lesson
1 pc. € 30,65
Chiffon 6 Silk Ribbon, 1 cm wide - 20 m
Cloud
1 pc. € 8,66
Piuma - 100 g - The Classics Collection
Fog
1 pc. € 7,98

How to do the twisted crochet stitch

Chain a multiple of 3+2 for the foundation.

1st round: 3 chains, skip 6 from the hook, 1 double crochet in the following chain, 1 chain, from left to right skip 1 chain, from the front 1 double crochet the stitch just worked in the following chain, * 2 twisted double crochet (=skip 2 chains, 1 double crochet in the following chain, 1 chain, from left to right and from the front in the stitch just worked double crochet in the 1st of the skipped chains) *repeat always from * to *, finish off with a double crochet in the last chain.

2nd-3rd round: 3 chains, *2 twisted double crochet (skip the double crochet and the following chain, 1 double crochet in the following stitch, 1 chain, from left to right and from the front the stitch just worked, work 1 double crochet into the skipped double crochet)*, finish off with 1 double crochet in the initial stitch of the previous round.

4th round: repeat from the 2nd round.

We’ve come to the end of the tutorial on how to do the twisted crochet stitch. Seen as you’ve read this much, why not carry on and read about how to make a scarf using fantasy stitch.

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