A crochet stitch with a crochet hook and a crochet needle.

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This eye-catching stitch will be perfect for many kinds of projects, like for example throws, scarves or ponchos. It is also a perfect choice of stitch for blankets! The shell stitch always looks interesting, but this one is very impressive with honeycomb cells around the shells, and it is not so complicated as it looks. Regardless of the size of your project, it will always look stunning. You can use this pattern for big surfaces like blankets, but also for scarves, cowls or hats.
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4 Comments

  1. Is there a place where I can get the pattern how to the popcorn stich. TKU.

  2. wanda prince says:

    I love it and I want the pattern Why do I have to down load a pdf just to get it?

    1. the link is down of the website

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