Reticulate is a fun basic technique for making a woven scarf or shawl.
This is a ZERO PATTERN project! Because the number of stitches depends on the overall size you are making and the the size of hook and yarn you are using!
Click here to learn how to do the Foundation Double Crochet mentioned in this tutorial video.
Experiment with weaving different materials through your crocheted mesh base!
Experiment with different fibers for the crocheted base too!
This example is made with Butterfly Cotton for the crochet mesh base and woven with Darn Good Yarn Recycled Sari Silk Strips! I think the next one I make will be a crochet thread base, then who knows what sorts of fun I will weave through it!
Have fun and share pictures of your finished projects! Click here for the Ravelry Project
This crochet stitch might be referred to as moss stitch, or linen stitch.
Using multiple colors of yarn can really show off the way the rows interlock into the rows below, hence my calling it interlocking rows.
I have used this technique for almost every sort of project. It has a little more give than traditional crochet stitches.
It does not matter how many stitches you start with, just make your foundation using my Foundation Single Crochet technique to the length you want, and get started.
Sit down with some practice yarn or your project and watch this tutorial video and work along.
Here is a fun version I did as a wrap using 2 strands of yarn together and “fading” the solid color yarn!
P.S. Here are some photo examples of how this stitch has been used. I’d love to add your version to help inspire other stitchers. When you start your project, don’t forget to create a project in Ravelry! Share the link to your project in the comments of this post, and share on social media using the hashtag #ashleyafghan
These triangle shawls stitch up quickly and make wonderful and thoughtful gifts!
Let this be your color canvas!
Bright stripes, or elegant neutrals and everything in between.
Add beads for some bling! And fringe if you want!
It’s your project!
Visit the Ravelry page to download the pdf and then sit down with the tutorial!
I think you’ll have a lot of fun and end up making lots of these for family and friends!
Please create a project in Ravelry so I can see all the fun you are having with this pattern.
Share it with your stitching friends too!
The Grace Crochet Hooded Scarf pattern is simply constructed utilizing 4 unusual and challenging stitches to help you build and master your crochet skills. I hope that you will let yourself be challenged to try the advanced techniques in this pattern and elevate your crochet to new heights.In my opinion, these are GAME CHANGER stitches. Once you master them they will change your crochet skills forever.
In my opinion, these are GAME CHANGER stitches. Once you master them they will change your crochet skills forever.
The Grace Crochet Hooded Scarf was designed as one of Perfectly Knotty’s projects for the 2017 Western Washington Local Yarn Shop Tour. It is a one skein project, but if you wanted a longer scarf you can just keep going so long as you have yarn!
Visit the project page on Ravelry to download the pdf and save it to your pattern library. PLEASE utilize the project tracking feature there as you work on your project. Your feed back means a lot to me and helps me to create better projects for you. PLUS, I love seeing what Stitchers are doing to personalize their projects and I like to comment on them!
- Now grab your practice yarn and a hook and spend some time with my tutorial for the Foundation Single Crochet.
- Then look at the tutorial for the Foundation Double Crochet.
- Next, let’s look at the tutorial for the Connected Double Crochet.
- And finally lets pull all the stitches together with the Connected Foundation Double Crochet.
Follow along with this full Grace Crochet Hooded Scarf project tutorial and have a great time mastering your crochet skills!
Don’t forget to share your photos on Facebook and Instagram using the hashtags #perfectlyknotty and #gracehoodedscarf
P.S. you can find our knitted LYST project here: Audrey Knit Hooded Scarf