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Single Crochet Mesh

Last week we learned the Moss Stitch (Offset Single Crochet Mesh).  This week we'll take a look at Single Crochet Mesh.


Like the Moss Stitch, Single Crochet Mesh is a great stitch when you want flexible fabric that is still dense.  Gauge is similar to the Moss Stitch, slightly wider and shorter than Single Crochet.

You Will Need:

Materials:  I used Hikoo Simpliworsted by Skacel.  Worsted Weight (4).  Superwash wool blend.
Tools:  Since I used Worsted Weight Yarn, I grabbed my trusty H-8/5.0mm
Skills:  Chain (CH), Skip (SK), Single Crochet (SC).

Single Crochet Mesh

Worked over an even number of stitches with a one row repeat

Foundation Row:  Chain an even number of stitches.
Row 1:  CH 1, SK 1. SC to end.
(Or, make one row of foundation single crochet)

Row 2:  CH 2, SK 2.  SC 1.  (CH 1, SK 1, SC 1) to end.
Row 3:  Repeat Row 2, skipping all ch-1 spaces and working on top of the single crochet of the previous row.

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