Expand your crocheting repertoire by learning how to crochet a crinkle stitch, which does indeed replicate fabric crinkles. With very hole-y yet tightly woven vertical lines of yarn intersection with horizontal ones, this type of stitch creates excellent warm fabric for scarves and cold weather gear.
In this tutorial you will learn how to play with the back and front posts in order to make your crochet stitch look much thicker, thus adding warmth to whatever you're making. Yes, your work will take longer to make with this, but the results are stunning. Use this on afghans, pillows, baby blankets and much more. This demonstrates the right hand version of the crinkle stitch.
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