A crochet single rib stitch is essentially a fancy way of saying a crochet stitch with an undulating up and down pattern. A "rib," or elevated stitch, runs across the finished piece vertically, forming an interesting pattern that can be used to accentuate scarves and mittens.
Mikey from Mikeyssmail is hosting this crochet tutorial featuring the Single Rib Stitch. Mikey breaks it down from the start to get you on your way. Learn easy and quick with this fabulous tutorial. This type of stitching would be great for afghans, baby blankets, and couch throws. This concept is used for cuffs of mittens and brims on hats. This is the Right Hand Version.
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