The Mat Stitch creates a dense but delicate looking fabric. The Mat Stitch would be great for sweaters, blankets, and skirts!
The Basketweave Stitch creates woven looking fabric similar to a basket. The Basketweave Stitch would be great for afghans, heavy weight sweaters and potholders.
The Double Crochet 5 Together Bobble is a technique uses a series of double crochets into one stitch to create a fun bobble. It makes a great accent, or a fun all-over texture that would be great for a stuffed toy.
The Single Crochet Thermal Stitch creates a solid, dense and very warm textured fabric. It would be a great choice for warm blankets, heavy sweaters, and mittens!
The Crossed Double Crochet Stitch is worked to create a crossed-over effect on your work. This technique is generally used as part of more complicated crochet stitches. By itself, it creates a solid fabric with distinct diagonal and horizontal lines.
The Rocky Road Stitch forms gently rippling lines on a solid ground. It would be a great choice for afghans, wash cloths, and cowls!
The Star Stitch creates a thick fabric with very little drape. It would be a great choice for more structured items like coats, baskets, purses and hats.
The Textured Combo Stitch uses a combination of common techniques to create a dense textured fabric. The textured combo stitch would be great for washcloths, placemats or scarves!
The Reversible V Stitch creates a lovely, lacey looking fabric. This would be a great choice for scarves, tunics, tablecloths and stoles!
The Diagonal Spike Stitch creates an eyelet studded zigzag pattern. It is great for tea cozies, scarves, garments and afghans!