Follow this step by step crochet tutorial to crochet a diamond cable stitch, for a diamond bump crochet design part 4/9.
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How to Crochet a Diamond Cable Stitch Part 4/9
And so turning your material around we’re going to be chaining up three and double crocheting all the way across these line, so let’s go one, two, and three and now we begin to double crochet. Now if you look at this and see how it’s coming up of this stitch in the bottom that is not your first stitch, in fact it is one right here because see how it’s coming out of there.
So we’re going to double crochet that, so now we’re the picot stage at the picots and what we want to do to see how it’s like pulling right in the center of the picot right there that’s exactly where you want to go in and in order to create and you want to go in there. Grab the picot because the picot is just a big circle, grab it so now it’s coming out of the picot, you got to pull it through that and then two and two. Hopefully it didn’t miss out so now we're going to continue along again.
So everytime you get to the picot you have to do that special inserting because on the other side it creates the bump where just what you want. So we’re double crocheting all the way across this line. Okay so this is the picot, so do you see it it’s right—it kind of reminds of a kiddy cut but just right in that hole. So right into that hole grab the picot and push it back like so and we double crochet as normal. So put them through two and two and let’s continue along.
Here’s the picot again so looking for it is the way underneath see that like so, and pointing back the picot right into the center. Grabbing it and pointing it through and then two and two. Keep going along. Now the example that you see in the background, the white one is actually we done the j hook so it looks tighter than this one here but I really wanted to show you how to do it and it’s easier to show what the larger hook. Going in this is the picot again right underneath and pulling it back. And that was the last picot of the line so we’re just going to double crochet away to the edge.
Now the next line don’t get into intimidated but it will be probably the hardest line and you kind that kind of and it will be probably the hardest line that you have to do but that’s because you have to look on where your putting a hook but it shouldn’t be a big deal. So that’s the last one of that—so on the other side we have the bumps which have now been created so on this particular pattern see the other side of it and it has nothing or the other side has all the ruffles. So there you go two is that line.