How to Make a Beginning Cluster in Crochet

In crochet, a cluster stitch is a group of stitches that form a triangle shape. You work the cluster across a group of stitches and join them together. The shape looks similar to a shell or triangle and may be used in various projects such as a sweater or afghan. The cluster provides texture to a project.

Things You'll Need

  • Crochet hook
  • Yarn

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Place the yarn over the hook clockwise and push the crochet hook into the next available stitch. Place the yarn over the hook clockwise and pull the yarn through the stitch. Yarn over the hook again and pull through two loops, leaving two loops on the hook.

Place the yarn over the hook clockwise and push the crochet hook into the next available stitch. Place the yarn over the hook clockwise and pull the yarn through the stitch. Yarn over the hook again and pull through two loops, leaving three loops on the hook. Repeat twice more and you will have five loops on the hook.

Place the yarn over the hook and pull the yarn through all the loops on the hook. This completes one double crochet cluster.

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