Looking for a stitch that looks like a bubble wrap? The Bean Stitch Corner to Corner feels just like it. The stitch that Mikey has developed creates thick beans between the gridwork of the corner-to-corner concept.
The bean stitch used has 5 steps, but you can reduce your bean stitch that is talked about in the tutorial not to be as thick. Once you get this concept, making the beans is pretty quick.
Unlike the Crochet Puff Stitch, where the hook can snag, the bean stitch provides the relief of not wrapping the hook before you start the stitch itself. You will see that in the tutorial as well.
Yarn shown in the thumbnail is called Red Heart Roll With It Melange in the colour of Tabloid.
I have a crochet diagram for you that showcases this stitch. The tutorial that will be available will show how to do this stitch in both a square and a rectangle. The diagram below offers you the square version. I won't be writing the instructions out in long form.
If you need help with crochet diagram reading, we have a full tutorial on so many tips and how to read these things.
The tutorial is coming soon.
Do you want another corner-to-corner unique stitch? Have you seen the brush stitch? The stitch Mikey developed creates diagonals in two directions. The first is the colouring itself and the eyelet holes are in the opposite direction. A tutorial showcase this new stitch with a crochet diagram.