Having lived most of my life in a small town surrounded by rolling hills and peaceful meadows, I’ve become accustomed to spotting dry stone walls running along the edges of quiet little farms, acting as a whimsical border. Built hundreds of years ago, these walls hold so much history and beauty, which inspires many an artist living in the area.
Recently while I was out and about (enjoying an evening stroll) I noticed the unique texture of these stone structures, and couldn’t help but see crochet stitch possibilities!
The Arruga Stitch is a simple yet sturdy stitch, featuring a unique pebbled design… Perfect for when crocheting those cosy sweaters, scarves and chunky afghans, as this stitch works up into a delightfully warm
Learning a new crochet stitch or technique is always such fun, don’t you agree? If you’re keen to challenge yourself this weekend, you’re in luck as this helpful step-by-step video tutorial will guide you through all the necessary steps needed to learn the “Arruga Stitch“; In an easy to follow speed!
Stitches & Abbreviations
Chain in multiples of 2.
Row 1: Skip 3 ch (counts as 1st dc), 1 dc in 4th ch from hook. 1 dc in every ch. Turn your work.
Row 2: Ch1, 1 sc in same st. *Bpsc in next st, fpsc in next st. Repeat from the * all across. 1 sc in turning ch. Turn your work.
Row 3: Ch2 (counts as 1st dc), 1 dc in every st. Turn your work.
Row 4: Ch1, 1 sc in same st. *Fpsc in next st, bpsc in next st. Repeat from the * all across. 1 sc in turning ch. Turn your work.
Row 5: Ch2 (counts as 1st dc), 1 dc in every st. Turn your work.
Row 2 – 5 until you reach your desired length.
Is there a specific crochet stitch or interesting technique you’d love to learn? I’m always open to new ideas and inspiration when it comes to sharing crochet with the world!
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Have a lovely day crocheting…