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How to Crochet I-Cord

How to Crochet I-Cord

This video crochet tutorial will help you learn how to crochet the I-cord. this technique makes a round crocheted cord. Which looks like a knitted I-Cord but it’s made with a crochet hook. The crochet I-Cord would be great for edgings on any project!

Materials Used in this Tutorial


Knit Outta The Box Lambs Wool Yarn

Knit Outta the Box Machine Washable Lambs Wool

This unbelievably soft wool is made from shrink treated Merino Lambs Wool. It offers the wonderful qualities of traditionally spun wool, but with the convenience of machine washing and drying. Garments made from this yarn will not shrink or fade after numerous machine washings and dryings. Made in the USA.

A Crochet Hook



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TECHNIQUES USED IN THIS STITCH:

Chain Stitch – Ch

Pattern Instructions

    Skill: Easy

  1. Step 1

    Ch2

  2. Step 2

    Pull up loop in 2nd ch from hook.

  3. Step 3

    Remove hook from first loop (pinching the loop between your fingers so that it doesn’t come loose). Yo, draw loop through the loop remaining on hk.

  4. Step 4

    re-insert hook into first loop, yo, draw loop through.

  5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 until the cord is the length you desire. Finish by drawing a loop through both loops; end off

Swatch Photos

Example of Crocheted I-Cord

Example of Crocheted I-Cord (Click for Larger)

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Comments

  1. T.J.

    March 5, 2013

    This looks much easier than knitted i-cord but how do you adapt it for more stitches?

    • Johnny Vasquez

      March 5, 2013

      To adapt it for more stitches, just add an additional stitch or two between the first and last stitch. You’ll work the center stitches the same way you work the first stitch by chaining 1 then removing the hook and chaining 1 into the next stitch.

      Does that make sense?