Figuring out how to crochet a spike stitch is a piece of cake with our tutorial. Spike stitches can be use to add fun designs to your crocheting projects. They are made with what are basically extended single knits. When you make a constant single crochet, you work into the adjacent stitch beneath the new row (meaning one below). The spike stitch is worked either 2, 3 or 4 rows beneath the new one you are working. Various lengths of this weave can be consolidated in a multitude of methods to make fun, geometric layouts. For more free designs every day follow us on Facebook. The link to the video tutorial is below.
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Spike Stitch – Easy Video Tutorial is here:
You can also try this version of the stitch: