How To: Crochet a scarf using a left hand galaxy stitch

Crochet a scarf using a left hand galaxy stitch

A galaxy stitch comes from a galaxy far, far away, where on a planet not unlike ours sentient beings with six arms instead of two got tired of our simple and dull-minded single and double crochets and decided to invent a star-shaped crochet that allowed at least two of their arms to remain active at any one time.

A galaxy stitch looks less like a galaxy (swirly and circular) and more like a starburst, with several pointy sides that interlock with other pointy sides. This stitch forms gorgeou scarves and afgans.

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