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Textured Stitches Made Easy: Wavy Stitch Tutorial

Textured Stitches Made Easy: Wavy Stitch Tutorial

When you think of wavy stitches, what comes to mind? Maybe the classic chevron stitch? Or maybe a combination of shell stitches? Don’t get me wrong, those are beautiful stitch combinations, but those are hard to use for amigurumi because the stuffing pokes through easily. What if I told you there’s a wavy stitch that’s tight enough that you can make amigurumi with it? Yep! Let’s dive into another segment of Textured Stitches Made Easy: Wavy Stitch Tutorial.

Textured Stitches Made Easy: Wavy Stitch Tutorial

The Wavy Stitch, also know as the Almond Ripple Stitch, is a combination of slip stitches and half double crochets worked in a repeating pattern that creates a beautiful wave texture.

AND, this unique stitch can be worked flat or in the round! I’ll give you instructions for how to do both below.

Let’s start with the flat version.

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Working the Wavy Stitch Flat

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