Popcorn Stitches


A popcorn stitch is a group of stitches all made into the same stitch or space and then joined together to create just one stitch.

Normally made with 5 double crochet, but we can also use taller stitches and shorter ones as shown in the video tutorial at the bottom of the page.


To make a popcorn stitch:

Make five dc in the same stitch.

Remove hook from last loop.

Hook through first dc and last dc and pull through.

Chain one to close the stitch.

This chain one is not counted in any stitch count as it is part of the Popcorn stitch and pushes the stitch forwards making it “pop”.



Video Tutorial



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