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The Arruga Stitch Crochet Tutorial

Good evening everybody, I am sure you are having a nice day but I’ll try to make it more enjoyable for you with this adorable Arruga stitch. Learning a new crochet technique is always such fun and our today’s project is not an exception as well. This stitch was inspired by the unique texture of the stone hill structures and for me it looks simply gorgeous. Just imagine how many beautiful projects could be made using this easy and elegant technique, including blankets, scarves, jackets and etc. Are you feeling excited? I hope you do because this is one of the most unique stitches I’ve ever seen and if you have a desire to determine your crochet skills, this is probably the best opportunity for you.  So, let’s get down to the business. Here we have brought to you very helpful video tutorials that will make your crocheting process much more entertaining. Just follow the instructions and you’ll be able to master one of the most extraordinary crochet stitches ever made. Enjoy your crochet time and do not forget to share your experience with your friends and family. Good luck.

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15 thoughts to “The Arruga Stitch Crochet Tutorial”

  1. Nicely done; no problem following. I hold my thread quite differently than you do, but to each her own.

  2. Thank you! This might be just the stitch pattern I need for the yoga strap I want to make.

  3. Your tutorial for the Arruga Stitch made it look so easy. Your demonstration Tutorial steps were exceptionally clear and for reiterating each stitch step. Thank you, Rose.

  4. Thank you Love this stich…..starting an Afghan tonight. I appreciate you sharing. Your tutorial is aweaome.

  5. Wow, I like the effect of this stitch and the way you explain it, it really looks accessible to me (not much experience in crochet). Thank you!
    PS What a beautiful yarn hook!

  6. This is a beautiful design. The instructions were ready to follow. Thanks for making the pattern enjoyable.

  7. I love your voice when demonstrating how to work the crochet stitch. Nicely done. I would love to find more of your tutorials to Aid me in my further crocheting Conquest. Thank you so much

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