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The Reversible Spike crochet stitch is interesting in that it looks like regular single-crochet but there are all of these spikes – similar to what you would see on a cat scan machine – that are crocheted in at the same time. Yarnspirations shows us how to make the reversible spiked crochet stitch and turn it into a pillow.

Because it is a reversible pattern – the back and the front look the same – this would also make for a very nice scarf, afghan, or blanket.

To follow the video instructions to make the 16″ pillow you will need 4 skeins of yarn, a 6.5 mm crochet hook, and Bernat Make Home Dec yarn.

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