I love exploring a new stitch pattern, and one of my current favorites is the “Oh My” Stitch Pattern – the one used in the Oh My Hat and Oh My Cowl! The stitches themselves are pretty easy – double crochet and single crochet, with lots of chaining – but there are a few special moves that make this stitch pattern work particularly well. So here’s how to crochet the Oh My Stitch Pattern in the Round!
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How to Crochet the Oh My Stitch Pattern in the Round – Right Handed
How to Crochet the Oh My Stitch Pattern in the Round – Left Handed
As Seen in this Video (click for more info!)
- US-J, 6.00 mm Furls Heirloom Hook
- LB Collection Baby Alpaca
- Free Crochet Patterns: Oh My Cowl and Oh My Hat
When you crochet this stitch pattern in the round, you begin with a multiple of 8 stitches, +1 if you need a turning chain (which is how I wrote both the free hat and cowl patterns). There are two special stitches included – the big shell, and the V stitch, both of which are demonstrated in the video, as well as defined in the patterns.
Beyond that, it’s just a four row repeat – a round of V sts, a round of big shells, then another round of V sts and another round of big shells. The big shells and V sts are offset, which is why it takes four rounds to make a complete repeat!
In the hat, these big shells eventually shrink as you near the top, but the idea of the stitch pattern is the same. I hope this video has helped you make these patterns – I can’t wait to do more with this stitch in the future, including working it in rows! Thanks for watching!
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Thank you to Lion Brand Yarn and Furls Crochet for providing the supplies for this tutorial!