Crochet Popcorn Stitch Pictorial

A crochet popcorn stitch pictorial – I love this pretty raised stitch, it can be used for
many projects from scrubbies to toilet roll covers.

I have put a pictorial below on how to crochet this lovely stitch, I hope you enjoy making
many many things with it.

See my free crochet patterns using the crochet popcorn stitch:-
TP Cover
Baby Coat
Popcorn Flower

crochet popcorn stitch pictorial

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Crochet Popcorn Stitch Pictorial

How to make the crochet popcorn stitch pictorial in step by step instructions, makes
a nice textured stitch for your projects, choose how many rows you wish to have between
each popcorn row, many or just a few.

dc/tr.   Double Crochet, (Treble Crochet UK)
pc.       Popcorn.

1)      Work 5dc, (5tr UK) into same stitch, drop loop.

2)      Insert hook into top of first of the 5dc, (5tr UK).

3)      Pick up dropped loop.

4)      Pull through top of first dc, (tr UK).

Voilà your popcorn is made, just continue repeating the instructions for the popcorn stitch across the row, missing 1 stitch in between each popcorn.

You will soon be making all sorts of things with this beautiful stitch once you get to grips with it.

Don’t forget to pin it this crochet popcorn stitch to your Pinterest boards for when you need it.


There will be more crochet pictorials soon.




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2 thoughts on “Crochet Popcorn Stitch Pictorial

  1. Cheryl Boytim

    Make a lot of blankets for charity donations so naturally use a quick stitch. This adds such a nice little flair in between the rows – gives the blankets a whole new look. Thanks so much for the idea.

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