You might have seen this Stitch Tutorial and thought that you were about to learn a completely different stitch that I invented. Well, not to burst your bubble but I did not invent this stitch. However, I did name it after myself! Why? Because I have seen this stitch go by so many different names on the internet that it seemed fitting to choose my own and call it that so I would always know what I was talking about when I wanted to use this stitch to design something!

Anyway. This stitch I’ve seen called the cluster stitch, the little fan stitch, the mini fan stitch, the cluster bubble stitch and more. (No, I’m not making these up). This is the reason I decided to name it whatever I wanted. Because everyone else seemed to have done the same. 😉


Moving on to the tutorial now that we’ve gotten past the non- important remarks I have about this stitch.

I love this stitch. I think it adds the perfect touch of elegance and grace to a project and I’m so excited to bring to you THREE patterns this summer that utilize this stitch! So, once you learn the stitch I’ll be providing you with plenty of practice!!

(When those patterns are released I will link them below)


Enjoy the tutorial! As always, feel free to comment below with any questions you may have!



Then, in the second chain from your hook, place one single crochet and 2 double crochets into the same stitch.



Skip the next two stitches. Then, place 1 single crochet and 2 double crochets into the next stitch. Repeat this pattern across.



When you reach the end of your chains, single crochet in the last stitch. Chain 1, turn.



Place 1 Single crochet and 2 double crochets into the first stitch.



Skip 2 stitches, place 1 single and 2 double crochets into the third stitch. Repeat this pattern across, placing 1 single crochet into the last stitch.



Thank you so much for coming and learning this stitch with me! We hope to see you again soon! Until next time!

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Mickyla Jackson