Published at Tuesday, October 09th 2018. by Lynette Wilson in Blanket.
crochet thermal stitch or some people just call it a therm stitch, or it's also known as the very thick crochet stitch, and the reason for that is it's because it is very, very thick. Now I use it here for a book cover that I created. I used it actually all around for every single part of this. For this cover now most people would use it for pot holders or blankets.
If you interested this yarn that I'm using right here is the nitpicks digs yarns, it's 100 % cotton and a super soft. I don't have an affiliation with them, but I highly recommend them and then this is how you finish your piece. So let me show you: do you see that it's now nicely round? It looks almost similar to the bottom. It looks very neat and finished, so it is stretchy in both directions.
It is nice and thick and it's a beautiful stitch and it's nicely it has these little loops right here. It looks really pretty and you have them on both sides. It looks identical on both sides so for, if you do it in a round, you just have to remember that you always go in through that back loop. Now, if you do it in around, obviously it's not going to look the same on both sides right, but you always just go in through the back loop and then the loop underneath that's left over. So therefore you can also do it in around
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