Follow this step by step crochet tutorial to crochet a waffle cable stitch, for a waffle crochet design part 5/9.
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So now, we’re going to rotate your material. We’re going to chain up one, and this is the single stitch not all the way across but at every fourth one, we are going to be making the diamond shape so it comes down, just like so because you need to create the diamond grain into the bottom.
So how do you do that? So we just chained up one, and now we’re going to single stitch into the first three. So, when you single stitch, you’re going to be single stitching right into the end of piece like where you originated that off. So one, two, so you did three in a row.
Now, what we need to do is just like I’d showed you on the white board is that we need to count backward in order to figure out where the diamond is coming back out off were the waffling. So we’re going to wrap and wrap. So we got to wrap twice and now you have three on there. And now, you’re going to look to where this is coming down so this is where it is. So, we’re going to jump back one, and then go back another one. So, it’s the second one over and right in the first line, this is where you’re going to grab it just right onto that pose in the very first so, it’s in the line that’s below the double crochet. And you were just going to go and grab it by the pose. So going in the one side of the posed flex in your material to come back all at the other side pointing it through. This is a triple crochet so you should have four on there, and two, and then two, and you want to hold it. The reason why we’re holding it is that diamond shape has to come to a point. And if I finished it off all the way by pulling it through, I’m going to be creating two different stitches and I need to create only one at the top.
So, what we’re going to do is wrap and wrap. So this is where the center point is and this is the empty stitch. That’s your center points. You’ve got to count two in this direction. So there’s a center point. There’s the one and then two, so you’re going to go back into the bottom underneath the double stitching. Grab this. It’s in the single stitch line going in the posed point at through two. And now, you’re going to have three on your hook and in order to create one solid stitch, you have to pull it through all three at this point. And therefore, you see how it is cut to one point.
So, in the behind the scene is that you should have one skip stitch, and you will be going into the stitch that is directly next to it. So if you pull this open, you will see the empty stitch, and you’re going to go into the one right beside it. So you’re going to be skipping one stitch, and then just single stitching into the next one just like so.
So, you just give one stitch, so now you need to get two more. So one, another one and another one, it’s just like three. But how did we three single stitches here? We did three single here, and now we’re going to create the diamond going backward.
Now, this is where it gets really simple on the one side. So wrap and wrap, and you’re going to go into the exact same one where this one went in. So just one on the pose, right? So, and you’re going to pull through two, and then you’re going to hold it with the two on there.
So wrap and wrap, looking for the center point. So this is the center point right there. How I can tell is that this one has a single stitch in it. So the next one is empty, so that’s the center point, and so count two over and then go down into the bottom, into the first line of the single stitching and grab it by the post.
So, two and now you got three on there. But we’re going to create the point. So pull through all three and then go into the back here. If you can see it, we’ve gone into the stitch. That one is blank which should be so at the very next one. This is single stitch. So that was one single stitch, two single stitch and three and so you have two stitches left so this next stitch then it’s just the line coming down in the one side because there’s nowhere to go on the other side.
So wrap and wrap. Wrapping into where you stack this one here. You see how simple that is? Once you’ve established your pattern, it’s automatic where your stitches are. So now, you poked. You know what? I don’t think I’d double stitch that. This is triple stitch going in right.
So wrap and wrap, going into where the other one met in, pointing it through because there’s nowhere to go on this side of it, you’re going to finish it off as is. So two, two and two and then on here, if you skipped the stitch, you’re going to be right into the edge stitches where you are and then that will finish this line. It’s just a single stitch right into the last available stitch. So now, you’ve got your pattern established. Now what we’re going to do is turn it.