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Why is it called the bean stitch? Probably because it fundamentally sort of resembles a bean… a reclining one. It’s a cousin of the puff stitch, however, it’s not worked up quite the same. As above, it leans to one side. When worked in columns, it makes a rotating crisscross. I have decided on looping the rows in this cowl, turns or switches. It all simply all inclines one way, making it look like the rows slant. Fun, isn’t? For more free designs every day follow us on Facebook. Links to the free pattern and video tutorials are below.

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  1. Brenda Clough says:

    That was a great tutorial. So easy to follow. Thank you so much for your time. I’m always looking for new stitches & I love the way this one looks.

  2. Sandy from Kentucky says:

    This was great—and your tutorial made me really feel like I could do this. Thanks so much also, the color combo makes the stiches really pop from one row to the next

    1. Angelique says:

      Nice and very clear tutorial thanks and a Happy Mothers Day.

  3. Susan Licause says:

    I have never crochet ,I learned knitting. You give me hope that I can learn to crochet! Very easy to see very clear instructions, you are gifted. Thank you soooo much!. Can’t wait to try.

  4. I can’t access this pattern. I ha ve Samsung7. How can I see pattern?

    1. Click here to show/hide pattern and tutorial”

  5. very well presented – many thanks

  6. where is the written pattern? I cannot sit in front of the computer and crochet.

  7. Lynda Adams says:

    Thank you for this video. I too would like a written pattern,

  8. Sarah Ramírez says:

    Me encanta este vídeo, soy tejedora principiante y me ha dado un patrón que puedo usar para hacer un tejido nuevo. Gracias!

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