Single crochet thermal stitch is a beautiful, beginner-friendly stitch technique easy for anyone to practice. Whether you are an absolute beginner in crochet or an experienced one, I would definitely recommend mastering this thermal stitch.
For the first tutorial on this blog, I wanted to choose something that I find truly useful, elegant and appropriate for each and every crochet lover. That’s why I’ve decided to bring you this gorgeous single crochet thermal stitch tutorial.
As I have already mentioned, this is quite an easy stitch technique for everyone who wants to improve crochet skills and take it to another level. I would say it is a must-know technique if you’re willing to succeed in crochet.
Take a quick look at this Easy Blanket Stitch Crochet Tutorial
Single Crochet Thermal Stitch
This is a really special stitch pattern not only for it’s versatility and usefulness, but for a fascinating, tight texture you will not see very often. The thermal stitch creates a fabric that is double thick. It is a stitch that lends itself well to a variety of crochet projects…
Using this stitch you will be able to create diverse array of crochet items such as hats, scarves, jackets, cardigans, sweaters, purses, handbags, pillow covers, throws and of course blankets as well. Here is a link to free crochet pattern.
In order to practice this stitch, you will need the Caron x Pantone Yarn and a 6 mm Wooden Furls Streamline crochet hook. However, both materials are optional and you can use any other yarn and hook you choose.
So, let’s get down to business and learn how to work up this lovely single crochet thermal stitch in the best possible way. In my opinion, this is probably the most perfect stitch tutorial to begin your day with.
Enjoy yourself and have a fun time crocheting.