Crochet The Thickest Stitch Ever Tutorial | ONE ROW REPEAT👍


hello and welcome to my channel well I
will have to say this I think is the thickest stitch that I worked with maybe
there are others but this one it’s thick if you want to make her I don’t know
something thick like a scarf that you know the cold or the wind is now going
to go through I think this is it it’s very easy to stitch it’s what I would
have to say in the beginning if you’re not accustomed and you never saw this
stitch it’s a doozy of a stitch and if you try to work with this stitch I will
suggest in the beginning I use a thick yarn a chunky one until you get
accustomed where exactly do you have to go you know I think this stitch is known
as a thermal stitch but it’s a really thick
well I closed it here with a single crochet I’m going to show you how to
close it because if you leave that the way you worked and it has some
discrepancy there I’m going to show you how to do that well this is not the best
yarn but I try to pick up a yarn that it’s thick and this one it’s thick so
I’m using with this the 6.0 millimeter crochet hook I usually don’t go into the
the bumps of the the chain but with this one to work the stitch you have to go
into the bumps it’s going to be easy okay this stitch works with any number
of chains you want to put even-odd it doesn’t matter so I chained here I think
then so we’re gonna flip this like this and you’re gonna see please put a video
on the big screen full screen that you can you can see closer yeah okay what
we’re gonna do if you can see we have these bumps here so we’re going to go
into this bumps so chain as many as you like and then we’re gonna go into the
bump I’m not accustomed to work with the bumps but with this one we need and
leave it you know loose that stitch when you do so move to the
next chain into the bump and pull up a loop and do a single crochet this stitch
works only with single crochet so we’re going to work into the bump but with
this one you really need to work into the bumps but you know if you chain
loose the the chains and that way is going to be easy for you to go into the
bump if it’s too tight it gonna struggle so in each chain we’re going to go into
the bumps and we’re gonna do a single crochet it’s very easy this stitch but
in the beginning you’re gonna have to know where you’re going okay now is the last train here we’re
gonna go into the bump okay do a single crochet and now the fun starts you’re
gonna in the beginning the first maybe two three rows you’re gonna keep the the
work like this you’re not gonna turn and you’re gonna work like this after maybe
two or three rows you can do that yeah but in the beginning you’re gonna do
like this so the problem with the stitch and many especially the beginners you
will be like where am I supposed to go you have we’re gonna work
you have the stitches here you have this V’s here we’re going to work into the
back loop this is the front loop this one here and the back loop it’s here so
we’re going to work with this stitch only through the back loop so you’re
going to go into that back loop and this line here so you go into the line
they’re parallel the the back loop and the line on the bottom grab the yarn
pull the yarn through all those two lines and then do a single crochet then
you’re gonna move to the next stitch through the back loop this one and the
line is right here so you go into that back loop go into this line this next
line they’re gonna be like this pull the yarn through those two lines and then do
a single crochet so you’re gonna do in the beginning like this is gonna hold it
like this if you can do it like this you can do it no problem you go like this
through the back loop and the next line on the bottom pull up a loop and then do
a single crochet but I think in the beginning the first two three rows it’s
easy so the back loop it’s here this one and the line is right here they’re
parallel yeah so go through the back loop first then go through the line on
the bottom there hold on to those two lines the loop and a line then do a
single crochet and you wanna do like this next back loop it’s here you go in
there and the line is right here so you go underneath that line pull up a loop
and then do a single crochet so the next it’s here the back loop the next stitch
and line it’s right there yeah I think with this you’re gonna have to work with
the with a bigger crochet hook because it’s so dense alright so then we work
that stitch the next stitch is here the back loop is right here so we’re gonna
kind of keep it like this going under that back loop and the line that you
have to go it’s right here you go under that line pull the yarn through those
and then do a single crochet then you move to the next next one it’s here
because we worked in this one so you go under that back loop and the line is
right here so go under that line pull up a loop and then do a single crochet in
the last stitch it’s here so you’re going to go underneath that and the line
it’s right there pull up a loop and then do a single crochet and chain one and
you don’t need to turn the work you do leave it like this so the line is here
and the next one it’s here so go underneath that yeah the first two rows is gonna be
weird put up a loop and then do a single crochet you see the stitches are here
and the lines are this ones here so if you keep it like this they’re parallel
yeah so you go into the next stitch and the next line pull up a loop do a single
crochet and you’re gonna go like this move to the next stitch the line put up
a loop do a single crochet you can do like this you know it’s a very easy
after like maybe two or three rows but if you keep it like this is much easier
to see so the next stitch is here the line is parallel to it so you go in
there under the line the loop back loop and so on yeah it’s a very very dense so
you can keep it like this in a way so you go to the next back loop the line
drop a loop and then do a single crochet we’re gonna do like this the back loop
and the line pull up a loop and then do a single crochet the next stitch it’s
here the back loop and the line is right there pull up a loop and then do a
single crochet well you’re gonna have to be careful with the last one because the
last one is always tricky no it’s always hidden the stitches underneath here and
the line is this one so you’re gonna either give her a tug for by their years
and then go enter the back loop and the line and then pull up a loop and do a
single crochet chain one always chain one otherwise you’re gonna do stuff the
first stitch it’s going to look like this yeah if you do something and this is
sticky on that I’m using now it’s thick if you use this for like a rug or you
know what the table that whatever you call those it’s really nice so the first
the first stitch it’s here the back loop is right there this one the line it’s
right here so you go underneath that line it’s gonna be sick especially if
the yarn it’s thick pull up a loop what did I do
did I yeah it has this year it has like this and yeah with this one I I should
have used 6.5 but I don’t have 6.5 so you go under the first loop go
underneath the line and they’re always supposed to be parallel wrap a loop and
then do a single crochet and you move to the next stitch which is this one if you
turn it like this you’re gonna see the back loop it’s here the line is right
there so like this yeah this is a doozy of a stitch in the beginning that’s why
I said I think it’s best if you use in the beginner to practice this stitch
with a thick yarn you’re gonna see the lines and the back looked very easy if
you use a thin yarn then it’s it’s a problem so you’ve got the next stitch
underneath that back loop and the line is right there you see the lines there
here this one’s so after let’s say two three four rows you can go like this the
next stitch it’s here back loop and the line is right there so you’re gonna kind
of go like with a crochet hook like this done it’s gonna be easy and do a single
crochet next stitch and the line you do after a while it’s going to be
difficult to keep it like this so you’re gonna flip it like this and you’re gonna
have it the stitch next stitches here you go through first to the back loop
and the line is right there you see the next stitch is here and you have the
line right there pull the yarn and do a single crochet next stitch back loop
first and the line underneath that pull the yarn and do a single crochet the
next stitch is here the line is right there the second line that you have to
go to go through the back loop first the line pull up a loop and then do a single
crochet and the last one it’s right here the last stitch this one and this is the
back loop so sometimes you’re gonna have to pull her by her ears here and the
line is right here this is the second line so the back loop and the line and
you can see all the yarn do a single crochet chain one and you’re like this
again so the first stitch it’s here the line is right here so you go underneath
that back loop and the line pull the yarn and then do a single crochet and
then you’re gonna flip like this and then the next stitch is here you go to
the back loop and the line all the yarn do a single crochet and you’re gonna do
like this you’re kind of gonna go vertical with a back loop and then the
line is gonna be like this you know you don’t like this but this is a really
thick stitch if you want to make a hat for a really
cold winter windy one or a scarf or whatever you want to make it’s really
dense this one okay and the last one it’s always here the last stitch it’s
this one here and the line is right here so you see
that the back loop it’s hidden in there I’m gonna have to do it like that
or you just go underneath pick up that line chain one so I look like this look
at that it’s really nice the stitch and look at
how thick it is okay let’s make one more one more row and then I’m gonna show you
how to finish if you want because you have this Ridge here this Ridge so you
have to finish it nicely so let’s say the first stitch is here this one the
back loop if you look like this the back loop is here the line is right here so
you go underneath that back loop the line pull up a loop and then do a single
crochet and now I think you’re gonna turn it like this because it’s much
easier so the next stitch it’s here the back loop is right here this is the
front one so go through the back first and the line is right there so you pull
up a loop fine okay and you’re gonna do like this next
stitch back look first the line it’s right there that’s why I said with a
Dickey and practice with this if you like this stitch and you want to do
something dense and really textured practice with with a sticky yang and
then if you can go to a thinner one if you like so the next stitch is here the
back loop is right here you go under the back loop and the line is
right there drop the loop and then do a single crochet move to the next stitch
and so on that’s why I said you know after the two three rows it’s easy you
just go like this just always go down like that because if you if you do a
blanket or a big piece you’re not gonna be able to hold this like this to go
into the back loop and the line here so the next speech is there so the last
stitch is right here the back loop it’s hidden so either you pull it up or you
just go underneath and you know you see you have the line and the back loop
there flap a loop do a single crochet and then if you want to close this let’s
say because it has this Ridge you chain one like always and when you know you
turn your work but this time you’re not going to go through the back loop you’re
gonna go through the normal two you take you pick up – you go underneath the
stitch through the front loop and the back loop and then you’re gonna pick up
the the line loop and then do a single crochet you go underneath both front and
back loop and you pick up the line and do a single crochet and so on don’t
forget to pick the line so you go underneath you should have the V’s here
and then you go underneath the line and you pick up that oh yeah I don’t like to
work with this kind of here you lose it so remember to go underneath the that
line and then do a single crochet that’s two like this so you go underneath that
and the line kappa boop and then do a single crochet and the line so you
should have three in a way three the v– ended lines go to the next pick up the
line to the next stitches here go underneath from the duck loop and the
line the west single crochet and now the last stitch it’s here so you’re gonna go
underneath underneath the the both loops and the line is right here it’s this one
so go underneath the stitch and the line then grab the yarn pull up a loop and
then do a single crochet you chain one and then you done
you cut the yarn and whatever you do so it’s gonna be like this look at the
edges they’re really really straight and nice yeah but this is a doozy of a
stitch until you get the hang of it you’ve got a custom with this thing and
this is thick look at the thickness this is like two pieces put together
okay this yeah so if you want to make like a rock if you have chunky yarn
world super chunky or whatever it’s called you can do a nice piece of rock
or whatever that it’s thick and you know durable and you can see that the holes
you just can’t see anything to it so yeah if you like to do this stitch give
it a try it’s very easy I’m thinking to make a
a hat and a scarf with this it’s really nice look at the edges they’re straight
but don’t forget to chain that one at the end okay guys well thank you for
watching topic would be

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