The Forked Cluster – Crochet Stitch Tutorial

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The Forked Cluster - Crochet Stitch Tutorial

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When I designed The Crossroads Sweater, I really wanted to find another stitch to compliment the Crown Puff Lattice that is the main feature in that pattern. I wanted it to be a fun and interesting stitch that wouldn’t take all the glory from the lacy detail.

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I decided that the Forked Cluster would be perfect, as it follows the triangle shape of the Crown Puff Lattice pattern, while also adding a little bit of texture and dimension.

The Forked Cluster Stitch is a fairly simple stitch to master. And once you get the hang of it, I think you’ll find that it just flies off your hook.

– First, you *yo, insert your hook into the specified stitch, and draw up a loop. ** Don’t make this loop too loose. Make it about the same size you would if you were trying to make a dc (see Figure 1). 

Figure 1

– Then, repeat from * to ** 1 more time. You should now have 5 loops on your hook (see Figure 2). 

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Figure 2

– Yo and pull your yarn through 4 loops (see Figure 3). You will now have 2 loops on your hook. 

The Forked Cluster - Crochet Stitch Tutorial
Figure 3

– Skip the next st, *yo, insert your hook into the specified stitch, and draw up a loop. ** Repeat from * to ** 1 more time. You should now have 6 loops on your hook. 

The Forked Cluster - Crochet Stitch Tutorial
Figure 4

– Yo and pull your yarn through 4 loops (see Figure 4). Yo and pull your yarn through the remaining 3 loops (see Figure 5). You have now made a forked cluster stitch. Easy, right? 

The Forked Cluster - Crochet Stitch Tutorial
Figure 5
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If you want to keep practicing, ch2 and begin your next Fc in the next st. Once you have the hang of it, head on over to The Crossroads Sweater and give that a go.

And be sure to check back here often, as I’m sure I will be using this stitch again in future patterns! 😉

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