Crochet Candy Stitch Tutorial

Crochet Candy Stitch Tutorial


hello and welcome to my channel well yet
another stitch which to be honest I love this stitch it’s so beautiful I don’t
know to me it looks like a candy like her those sugar candies that they’re I
don’t know but this is nice for a blanket or a scarf whatever you want to
do because this is reversible you can you know both sides are the same and
well the edges are a little bit straight let’s say we can live with this unless
you make a blanket so you might want to put some some edges but this is
ridiculously easy to do this stitch so for you this sample as you can see this
sample it’s kind of tight and it’s dense and it’s you know I worked with with the
5.0 millimeter crochet hook the yarn it’s well it’s thick
yeah but the the sample that I’m gonna do now for you guys it’s gonna be with a
5.5 and the yarn is not so thick I I want to do this because I want to show
you the difference between working with a let’s say not not so thick young and
with a big crochet hook you might like some holes in it because this might have
some holes in it yeah either you like it tight dense or you like it a little bit
you know holes I was thinking you know it’s nice to do a I’m sayin a shopping
bag you know and you have some holes in case you buy some some vegetables or
whatever that I need to breathe in there okay this stitch works with multiples of
two so I chained my my multiples of two what I’m gonna do we’re gonna skip the
first chain this one and in the second chain from the hook we’re gonna go in
there and we’re gonna pull up a loop we move to the next chain and we’re going
to insert our hook there pull up a loop you have three loops then grab the yarn
and pull the yarn through all these three loops
then we’re gonna go back into the the last chain that we worked here so we go
in there pull up a loop you have two loops on your hook move to the next
chain insert your hook in there pull up a loop you have three loops when you
have to read oops then you grab the yarn and you pass the yarn through all these
three loops then again we’re going to go back into this one that we worked the
last one insert your hook there pull up a loop move to the next chain insert
your hook in there pull up a loop we have three loops grab the yarn and pull
the yarn through all these three loops and again we’re going to go back into
the last chain that we worked yeah this one pull up a loop move to the next
stitch or chain pull up a loop you have three loops grab the yarn and pull the
yarn through all these three loops then again we’re going to go back into the
last chain that we worked pull up a loop move to the next chain pull up a loop
grab the yarn and pull the yarn through all these three loops and again we’re
going to go back into the last chain that we worked pull up a loop move to
the next chain insert your hook in there for up a loop three loops grab the yarn
and pull the yarn through all those three loops and so on don’t forget to go
back into the chain that you worked move to the next chain wrap a loop grab the
yarn and pull the yarn through all three loops and again we go back into the last
chain that we worked and we move to the next chain pull up a loop grab the yarn
and pull the yarn through all those three loops and again we go back into
the chain that we worked pull up a loop move to the next chain pull up a loop
grab the yarn and pull the yarn through all these three then we’re going to go
back again into the last chain that we worked
pull up a loop we are now have only one chain left going there
into that chain and pull up a loop which I didn’t then it’s not easy pull the
yarn troll three loops then you’re gonna chain one you always want to chain one
at the end but when you chain let me go back because I need to tell you this
when you reach the end and you have to chain one at the end try to make this a
little bit loose because we’re going to work into this serve this chain yeah so
turn your work and now we’re going to go to insert our our hook into this chain
one that we did and try to pick up two loops you know that’s why I’m saying
leave it a little bit loose that is going to be easy to get in you pick up a
loop go into the next stitch here pick up a loop we have three loops grab the
yarn and pull the yarn through all three loops again we’re going to go back into
the last stitch that we worked pull up a loop move to the next stitch pull up a
loop you have three loops grab the yarn and pull the yarn through all three
again we go back into this stitch that we worked last pull up a loop go into
the next stitch pull up a loop you have three grab the yarn and pull the yarn
through all those three loops and so on it’s important not to and don’t forget
to go into this last stitch or in the beginning the chain that we worked in go
in there pull up a loop go to the next stitch pull up a loop and so on it’s
like this you go back into the last stitch that you worked for Apple go to
the next stitch pull up a loop you have three loops as they enter all those
three loops go back into the last one that you worked go to the next stitch
and so on it’s so easy this stitch and it’s one I keeps I trying to stay away
from the world were relaxing but this is just easy so
you go back into the last stitch that you worked move to the next you have
three loops and so on so at the end you go into the last stitch that you worked
pull up a loop you have the last stitch here go in there pull up a loop you have
three loops grab the yarn and as they unto all those three loops it’s going to
look like this then when you change this one try to leave it a little bit loose
not that loose but enough that you can your not going to struggle going in so
we’re going to go into the chain that we just did and insert your hook you see if
you don’t leave it loose you’re gonna struggle pull up a loop the first stitch
is here go in there pull up a loop three loops and so on go back into the last
stitch that you worked for up a loop move to the next stitch pull up a loop
and so on it’s really easy this stitch and I think that you know the the edges
are quite straight so you can you know live with that yeah but to me it looks like candy world
over the kids the toys that they have like I don’t know how to call those the
windmills like you know something like that but here in Japan they have sugar
candies with that shape and that was the first story in my mind when I saw the
design I said man that looks like those sugar candies okay so you reach the end
you go back into the last stitch that you worked pull up a loop the last
stitch it’s here go in there pull up a loop you have three loops grab the yarn
and pull the yarn through all those three loops and chain one well try to
leave it a little bit loose not too loose because otherwise the edge is
going to be weird so you go back into the
one chain that you did try to pick up two loops from that chain pull up a loop
go into the first stitch here pull up a loop grab the yarn and pull the yarn
through all those three loops go back into the last stitch that you worked
going to the next stitch pull up a loop and so on it’s it goes so fast and if
you like if you can see I hope you can see I will show you at least I want to
make at least one more roll and to show you the difference between working with
let’s say the key on and a smaller number crochet hook then you know that
Ian recommends if it stick but if you want dense and no holes you’re gonna
have to work with with a smaller one and it doesn’t matter well not that small
that you cannot the yarn the hook cannot hold it there but if you want dense and
thick the the stitch for whatever project you do and you should work with
a smaller one so chain one leave it a little bit loose and you go back into
that chain that we did sometimes it’s not easy that’s why I’m saying divide a
little bit loose okay okay and try to pick up to two loops from that chain
yeah so you’re going to see the difference with with the holes but I was
thinking if you want to do a like a shopping bag or you go to the beach or
picnic or whatever and you have some perishables you know you want them to to
breathe and have their I think if you make this stitch with the you know
bigger crochet number will give you some some holes like a mesh yeah but I think this row it’s enough
you will see the difference between the working with a small crochet number
which is really tight okay let’s see you see the it has some some holes in here now it has it has the holes this one
it’s not quite yeah it’s really dense you don’t see the holes and this one I
worked with with five millimeter crochet hook but this one I work with a 5.5 so
it’s a little bit bigger and creates this this holes it’s like a mesh you can
make a shawl or you can make a summer blanket for for babies anyone for you
know yeah but this is really nice I like it
it’s like you know it has like four petal I don’t know how you say in
English when you have a flower with whatever yeah and it’s like one two
three four it’s really nice and good the edges are okay I can live with this yeah
but it’s really nice it’s like those wind when you blow on a stick though
those wind the meals for whatever it’s that cold for kids it looks like that
okay guys this is the the stitch I think I’m gonna call this stitch the candy
stitch because to me it looks like a candy you can call it the way you want
it doesn’t matter okay guys thank you for watching have a good day

19 thoughts on “Crochet Candy Stitch Tutorial

  1. Thank you Nati!!! I really like this one quite a lot!🌹♥️🌺❤️💕🌷☀️ happy springtime to you!!! Thank you for all your hard work giving us your wonderful teaching videos, I so very much adore you and your patterns & your bubbly personality😊☀️🌻
    my kitten Cutie, says hello from 🇨🇦😊me too. Hope you have a Fabulous week ahead!! Xo

  2. Thank you Nati! 🌹
    You are an amazing teacher, this will be my next project using cotton yarns to make kitchen towels, will see how it turns out.
    I need a bit of new spring colouring in my kitchen. 🍁
    Peace, Love and good Health to us all.❤

  3. Hi Nati, I really like this stitch.. very pretty and easy to do. Before you do your videos, can you tell us the brand name, weight and colorway of the yarn you use for your tutorials? 💜

  4. Thank you! Easy, beautiful and well explained! Could you, please, teach us how to make an edge for this point? I would like to make a baby blanket. A hug from Seville.

  5. Hi Nati❣️ Your tutorials are such a blessing, as I'm still learning and you make it so very easy to understand! Thank you so very much❣️ I'm working on a blanket for my Mom with the Trinity stitch you taught! Much love to you and your family (your son is adorable!!! My baby boy will be 26 this year, wish he was still little haha), from Florida/USA. Hope you have a great week 💐

  6. I remember how I found your channel looking for a scarf tutorial and you were making a scarf..I have loved everything you made since then!!!❤️❤️🌺🌺

  7. Thank you for your tutorial!! Being quite new at this I can’t read a pattern but I can follow some tutorials. I’m finding yours very easy to follow! You explain very well and not to slow and not to fast!! I love this stitch!!😊🥰

  8. I did a small practice piece making this stitch, using a med. thickness yarn and a 5.75mm hook, and it worked up ok. Thinking of trying a bigger hook with the thicker yarns and adjusting hook size accordingly with a thinner yarn. I don't really like tighter stitching, I like mine a little looser. But yeah, LOVE this one. Works up simple and fast! Thanks for another awesome tutorial!

  9. Ahhh, a pinwheel! I see it better on the thicker sample. What a beautiful stitch. I'd love to do a scarf in every type of stitch, lol. Maybe I'll get next Christmas' gifts done early. My grandchildren love the crochet better than the store bought winter items and I'm really happy that they do.

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