This beautifully textured table runner features the moss stitch aka the linen stitch. It’s the perfect piece for the dining room table, or entryway.
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This pattern is a great choice if you’re looking to try your first sweater and you want a pattern that really walks you through things! I love how this came out in a striping yarn and want to see it in something even more colorful, but at the same time I also want one in a nice soft silver or pale green. The options are endless!
How to crochet an easy coaster pattern worked in the moss stitch aka the linen stitch, which is comprised of simple single crochets and chains.
This crochet pattern is pretty beginner-friendly. It’s a really simple stitch but it helps you practice keeping an even tension so your blanket stays a nice straight-edge rectangle. And working in a super bulky yarn like this can help you finish a project nice and quickly, which makes you feel accomplished!
How to crochet an easy washcloth worked in the moss stitch aka the linen stitch, which is comprised of simple single crochets and chains, and available in 3 sizes.
This is a free crochet pattern for how to crochet the Landon Hand Towel – an easy hand towel pattern worked in the moss stitch aka the linen stitch, which is comprised of simple single crochets and chains.
This is a crochet pattern review of the Linen & Lace Backpack pattern from designer The Plush Pineapple. Review done by A Stitch Shy of Normal for EyeLoveKnots. This post contains affiliate links for Lion Brand Yarn and WeCrochet. If you make a purchase by clicking on them, I make a small commission at no… Read more
Free Crochet Pattern for how-to crochet the Northside Earwarmer designed by Double Knotted Crochet for EyeLoveKnots. This post contains affiliate links for LoveCrochet. If you make a purchase by clicking on them, I make a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thanks for your support! Hi there! I am Shawna from @doubleknottedcrochet on… Read more
The main thing that caught my eye, and I really like about this book, is that all of the tops in this book are made using the moss stitch as a base. You may be asking what is so special about them all using the same stitch pattern, well, the simple fact that you can use one stitch pattern, and come out with 100 different looks. This book is more about learning about the simple shaping, and assembly of each garment.