This crochet tutorial will help you learn how to crochet the tulip cable stitch. This stitch creates a delicate fun cable pattern. The tulip cable stitch would be great for sweaters, shrugs, and scarves!
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- Chain Stitch
- Double Crochet
- Half Double Crochet 5 Together
- Raised Treble Crochet at the Front of Fabric – wrap the yarn around the hook, insert hook from in front and from right to left around the stem of the appropriate stitch, and complete the stitch normally
- Raised Treble Crochet at the Back of Fabric – wrap the yarn around the hook, insert the hook from behind and from right to left around the stem of the appropriate stitch, and complete the stitch normally
- Forward Cluster – leaving last loop of each st on hook, work 1dc into next st and 1tr/rf or rb around next st after that, ending yo, draw through all 3 loops on hook.
- Backward Cluster – leaving last loop of each st on hook, work 1tr/rf or rb around st below dc just made and 1dc into next st.
- Triple Cluster – leaving last loop of each st on hook work, 1tr/rf around st below dc just made. 1dc/rf around next Puff st, and 1tr/rf around next st, ending yo, draw through all 4 loops on hook
Number of Rows: 6
Worked over 15 sts
Example of the Tulip Cable Stitch. Reversible (Click for Larger Image)