The loopy crochet stitch is easier than it looks. See how easy with the free video tutorial included.
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The Loopy Stitch is a perfect stitch for unique projects. This stitch is used widely for floor rugs, but you can get creative by using it on amigurumi, fringe on accessories, or even a Halloween wig.
Unlike most crochet stitches, the traditional loop stitch is not a reversible fabric. However, by changing the pattern slightly, you could definitely make loops on both sides of the fabric.
The number one tip for making consistent-sized loops is to use the same area on your finger (you’ll see what I mean by this in the video) for every loop.
This stitch can be made with a variety of yarns and weights. Even fun yarns like boucle or eyelash can work because the loops will show off the cool texture. See a couple of recommendations below.
The “Zen” Tutorial
This is a new series for my video tutorials. It is completely voiceless and just plays very relaxing music as it walks you through the stitches. Each stitch is worked very slowly and multiple times so you can see what needs to be done. There is a written pattern to follow along with and helps you to work on your crochet skills with limited interference.
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