• Learn A New Crochet Stitch: Turkish Crochet Stitch

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    Turkish crochet stitch looks very exquisite and sophisticated and yet it is a simple two rows repeat. The pattern can be easily crocheted in two colors without having to cut the threat.
    The Turkish crochet stitch video tutorial, courtesy of Ellej has the pattern written step-by-step on the video so all you have to do to get the written pattern is to hit the play button and to watch the video tutorial. For those who love reading charts, this Turkish crocheted stitch comes with a chart as well, on the designer’s website. A detailed photo-tutorial is also provided.

    This crochet stitch is perfect for wonderful blanket in a stroller, a rug or a hat.

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    Turkish crochet stitch free pattern

    Turkish Crochet Stitch Free Pattern & Video Tutorial

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    Check out the full Turkish crochet stitch free pattern at: Ellej.org.

    Thanks to Ellej for the article inspiration and featured image.

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    5 Comments to Learn A New Crochet Stitch: Turkish Crochet Stitch

    1. My first visit thanks to a friend of mine in Texas. Love the Turkish crochet stitch, can’t wait to try using it in a prayer shawl

    2. I just love all the beautiful Turkish stitches I have seen. I cannot follow a chart and wondered if you would make a written pattern in English that I could follow.? I have only just seen a few of these stitches recently and can’t find a written pattern!! They are all soo beautiful!1

    3. I too love all the turkish stitches and would also appreciate a written pattern in English!!! I cannot read charts. I have been looking for some time for written pattern in English and just can’t find them. Please help me!!! My email address is: [email protected] , Thanking you in advance for any help you can give me. Sandy

      • dailycrochet

        Hi Sandy, the step-by-step pattern is written on the video. Please hit the play button for the pattern. <3

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