How to Crochet the Tulip Stitch

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Learn how to crochet the tulip stitch with the written instructions and tutorials from Oombawka Design Crochet.

You can use this pretty crochet flower stitch pattern for an entire blanket, or as an accent row in a a project like I did in my Tulip Stitch Hat. The tulips are created by making popcorn stitches using double crochet. Written instructions and tutorials are included for working this project in rows and in rounds.

Tulip Stitch Crochet Pattern and Tutorial
Learn how to crochet this pretty flower stitch called the tulip stitch pattern. Written instructions and tutorials are included for working this project in rows and in rounds.

Crochet Flower Stitch Tutorial and Free Pattern

The Tulip Crochet Stitch Pattern is worked in rows and uses double crochet stitches between the rows of crocheted flowers, rather than the standard single crochet stitches. The Stitch Multiple is 3+2.

The flower stitch pattern works up quickly and looks great in 3 colors of yarn. I have free crochet pattern is included to make afghan squares in 5 different sizes: 4-inch square, 6-inch square, 7-inch square, 8-inch square and 12-inch square. A photo tutorial is available for the Tulip Stitch Worked in rows.

This pretty stitch is also used in my free Tulip Stitch Crochet Hat Pattern.

This video tutorial demonstrates how to crochet the tulip stitch pattern when it is being worked in rounds, as well as, how to make the complete hat. The video tutorial also demonstrates how to make the 5-dc popcorn stitch.

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About Rhondda Mol

Rhondda Mol, an Ontario, Canada-based professional crochet designer and blogger, is passionate about helping the online crochet community create amazing projects. Through her easy-to-follow patterns and tutorials, she aims to help fellow crocheters - regardless of their level of experience - make handmade items. She recently launched a second website, FreeCrochetTutorials.com, dedicated to providing free, indie-designed crochet patterns and tutorials, so anyone with the desire to learn how to crochet can reach their goals.

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