Learn how to make the stunning crochet feather stitch by watching this video tutorial! This stitch has a beautiful texture and is the same on both sides!
HOW DO YOU MAKE THE STUNNING CROCHET FEATHER STITCH?
To make this crochet feather stitch, you will need two different colored or variegated yarns such as the retro yarn from the video, and a 6mm crochet hook size. A very important stitch that is incorporated in this project that you need to learn is the Foundation Half Double Chainless stitch. Other than that, this stitch is easy and fast and you will have no problem working on the beautiful scarves or blankets you will make that incorporate this stitch!
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This feather stitch makes a unique texture and is exactly the same on both sides which works perfectly for some of the all time favourite projects!
The reason why this crochet feather stitch should be made using two or more colours is because the crochet feather stitch has so much more potential for colour play than any other stitch. Hence, it is called the “feather” stitch which makes you think of the colourful bird feathers.
What You Can Make Using The Feather Stitch
Aside from making beautiful infinity or simple scarves using the gorgeous color-repeating patterns of the crochet feather stitch, you can also make shawls, hats, blankets, and slippers. One of the yarns you choose to incorporate into your feather stitch hat or blanket can be glittered yarn!
If you are a beginner to this stitch or to the art of crochet, consider buying variegated yarn for your projects so you can focus more on working out the stitch instead of changing colors.
This stitch is so fluffy and soft that it would make a perfect blankie toy or baby blanket gift for a wedding shower or first birthday. You could also make an elegant and warm shawl with this crochet feather pattern for a sister, a friend, a grandmother or any amazing lady in your life.
You can incorporate this beautifully textured, double sided crochet feather stitch into anything and you’ll love it!
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Tutorial and photos of this stitch by : Hooked by Robin.