What is a popcorn stitch in crochet?

Popcorn stitch is a playful crochet stitch that adds dimension to your work. Each bobble or “popcorn” has a puffed texture that makes a fun border, but also adds warmth and thickness when grouped together to make hats, blankets, and more.

What does popcorn mean in crocheting?

A Popcorn Stitch is basically 5 dc’s into the same stitch/space. The “Popcorn” is formed by pulling the top of the last dc through the top of the first dc. Popcorn Stitches can also be made with 3, 4, 6, or 7 stitches, depending on how skinny or ‘puffy’ you want them to be.

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