By Victoria Pietz from Pattern Princess.
Learn how to crochet the sedge stitch. This stitch looks complicated but it’s actually really easy to do. The sedge stitch is a beautiful and versatile crochet stitch that can be used to create all kinds of textures.
- any yarn will work
- crochet hook for the yarn used
- tapestry needle
Skill Level: Easy
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