Elizabeth Stitch Crochet
Elizabeth stitch crochet is a lovely stitch that gives your project a woven look. It requires less yarn than some other types of crochet, making it a good choice for larger projects. It can be used for fingerless gloves, trivets, potholders, washcloths, and more. When making a larger project, you can simply pull up the end of the stitch to make it a longer row.
Another name for the stitch is the mini bean stitch. This type of stitch produces a less bulky fabric than other stitches and pairs nicely with half double crochet for a simple garment. It is also reversible. This stitch is easy to work and makes for a wonderful beginner-friendly project.
This scarf is made from Sirdar Snuggly Pattercake DK, which changes colour when worn. It measures approximately 130cm when finished, but you can make it longer or shorter based on your preferred length. It fits around the head twice for a ten-year-old, and is long enough to wrap around twice more for an adult.
Row 1: Work a chain of 151 stitches and insert the hook in the 4th ch from the hook. Repeat row 2 to make a scarf with 151 sts. The long ends are then sewn together with a running stitch. Make sure to work in all of the sts on the first row.
Another beautiful stitch to try is the Mini Bean Stitch. This stitch is similar to the puff stitch, but it has multiple yarn-overs to create a basket weave pattern. This stitch is a great option for beginner crocheters because of its ease of use and symmetrical stitch.