Granny Stripe Crochet - Free Patterns

Crochet is a very old technique, but it is getting higher and higher. Today you will learn how to make the Granny Stripe Stitch. Crochet is to manipulate the line, be it wool or string, with a long needle with curved tip. The size of the needle will depend on the thickness of the yarn you choose to work with. The quickness of the hands will form a plot that may contain different combinations of points. Those who are starting out in crochet art need to learn and train the main points: chain, high point, low point and low point. With these basic points, in addition to crochet hooks for carpets and dish cloths, it is also possible to make other pieces very varied. If you liked the subject, stay here with us to see the step by step of 4 indispensable crochet points.

➦ Hight point
The high point is very versatile for crochet work. With this point you can accelerate the progress of the piece and still create several types of grouping. In the video below you will see how to make this point very simply.

➦ Low point
The low is much used for enclosed areas, but also serves as a basis for open points. This point is very useful for casting off the edges of the pieces. In the video below you will see how to make this crochet point more.

Granny Stripe Stitch - Instructions
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Tutorial on how to make a granny stripe blanket

See also this other type of blanket
➦ Easy crochet blanket - Starburst stitch blanket tutorial

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