Wave Step Stitch
This Wave Step Stitch is a bit tricky to master in the very beginning but comes easier as you start to identify the stitches and recognize how the pattern comes together.
This creates a horizontal wave across your work in a stepping up and stepping down visual appearance. It’s pretty neat if you ask me!
The waves have a lifting appearance which reminds me of the sandbars in a beach. It’s pretty cool.
To keep my review real, I wouldn’t say this is for beginners. However, if you are a beginners and get this stitch, big kudos to you.
There is a free pattern featuring this stitch, it’s called the Rainbow Waves Throw by Red Heart. A video tutorial is also available to help you get started as well.
Comments on “Wave Step Stitch”
To make the rainbow step wave blanket in a different size what is the stitch multiple?
I don’t have an immediate answer without drawing a stitching diagram for this. I’m sorry. I don’t know.
Dear Mikey, First let me thank you for all your creativity and talent that you share with all of us. I tried to get this pattern to download from the blue button, but got one of those we couldn’t find the site messages. I went to Yarnspirations page and searched “Rainbow Wave Step Stitch” and got the page to order afghan kit and was able to download pattern from that page. Just in case anybody else has trouble getting the pattern, this way worked. Thanks again for all the left-handed videos you do, I have learned so much from you and I have been crocheting 50+ years.
Hi Mary. We are having an issue with the links we are sharing on our business page. The photo is one project while the link & text of the post go to another. We are aware of the issue and apologize for it.
People are able to search the name showing in the photo on our website and they will be linked to our article that has tutorials & written in one convenient location. Thank you
I really like working with Red Heart with Love yarn… Can you tell me what colors you used in your tut? Thanks!
could you please have the video tutorial for left handed people. tthank you for all the help you give all of us crocheter.
Sorry… I never produced one for this stitch when this was made. I don’t have he raw video files to do it. Sorry.
You might try searching for the pattern with left hand in front on you tube to see if someone else has added any tips or tricks to assist you. Sometimes if you know the basic stitches or reference them, even the regular instructions can work in a pinch. *Lefty* here too…
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