Modified crochet seed stitch pattern
Worked flat in back and forth rows, you end up getting a good, dense fabric with a bit of “nubbly” relief detail. It resists curling and actually has a fair amount of drape for as dense as it is.
I recently worked this in the round, and my first thought was, “OOOOOOH, PRETTY!!” The join is a little tricky, but soooooo worth it. The front side has a bit of a checkerboard-on-the-diagonal look, and the back is smoother and looks more like standard crochet seed stitch. Pictures shown of the front both with and without flash. Need to take pics of the back.
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