The roll stitch, also referred to as the bullion stitch is an awesome technique that give crochet projects a cool look and feel. This stitch just consists of wrapping yarn around a crotchet hook and pulling through all loops when a desired amount of wraps is reached.
I used Red Heart Soft for my example but Caron Simply Soft would work great too! Be sure to use the crochet Hook size as stated on the yarn package.
Ready to Get Started?
As a reminder I will be explaining this stitch by wrapping the yarn around 5 times, but you can do more or less wraps in your own project if you wish.
Enjoy this tutorial!
Crochet Roll Stitch Pattern
Skill Level: Advanced Beginner
I started with a row of Single Crochets to obtain a base.
Here are what two Roll Stitches look like completed.
Wrap yarn around hook a desired amount.
Insert hook into next chain.
Yarn over and pull back through the chain.
Yarn over again and pull through all of the chains.
This is what it should look like so far.
Yarn over and draw through the remaining loop.
A Roll Stitch is now completed!