Back Loops Wave Stitch

Back Loops Wave Stitch

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Back Loops Wave Crochet Stitch

Back Loops Wave Crochet Stitch

Back Loops Wave Stitch

The Back Loops Wave Stitch is very similar to a regular crochet wave stitch. The significant difference is that every other row, you will use the back loops only. This causes the waves to lift up from each other for a three dimensions textured look.

I figured out the math to make this stitch in different sizes.

 Sizes

Mattress Size Size of Afghan Dimensions Starting Chain Count Rows Required Balls R’qd
This Pattern Throw 42″ x 67″  139  80 Rows5 Colours = 16 Rowsfor each Colour   10 Balls 
 39″ x 75″  Twin 66″ x 90″ 244  120 Rows ?
54″ x 75″ Full / Double 80″ x 90″ 304 120 Rows ?
60″ x 80″  Queen 90″ x 90″ 349 120 Rows ?
78″ x 84″ King  108″ x 90″ 409 120 Rows ?
 39″ x 75″ Day Bed  66″ x 90″ 244 120 Rows ?
 48″ x 84″  Single Waterbed 66″ x 90″ 244 120 Rows ?
60″ x 84″ Queen Waterbed 90″ x 90″ 349 120 Rows ?
72″ x 84″ King Waterbed 108″ x 90″ 409 120 Rows ?

Crochet Diagrams

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Video Tutorial

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The journey and main baby of the whole idea started with a YouTube Channel and then in 2011, an official website was developed. Michael is not only the face of The Crochet Crowd but also the working engine behind the crowd in self-taught programming, social media and so much more.

Enjoy the stitching journey. Life is short, enjoy this wonderful hobby and all of the learning opportunities that come with it.