Creating A Vine Cable Pattern on a Background of Extended Single Crochet

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Crochet expert Brenda K.B. Anderson loves to both knit and crochet. She loves exploring crochet patterns that looks like something that could only typically be achieved with knit stitches. She found a lovely vine lace stitch pattern in a stitch dictionary and converted to a crochet stitch pattern worked in the round. She demonstrates how to work the stitch pattern in this video.

Since this stitch pattern is worked in the round, Brenda suggests incorporating into projects like hats, mittens, socks, and sweaters. It can be worked in a variety of yarn weights, depending on what type of project it’s being incorporated into. Experiment and make it your own.

VINE CABLE PATTERN

image of pattern instruction for the vine cable stitch
Brenda works each round of the vine cable pattern, working on a background of extended single crochet. The pattern also features post stitches, which allow the stitch pattern to really pop.

What types of projects would you make using the vine cable pattern on a background of single crochet?