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What is the item?  Are you certain it's crocheted?  to be honest, crochet stitches aren't jumping out at me in the photo.  It looks more like knit in a way.  

 

the most common crochet mesh would be similar to this http://lotsofcrochetstitches.blogspot.com/2012/03/simple-netting.html

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It looks like knit stitches to me also.  Any knitters out there who want to chime in?

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I knit, but haven't made that sort of netted pattern in knit (I think something like that would be so much easier/faster in crochet), but it does look knitterly to me too.

 

edit - check out this link of knitted mesh stitches.  It looks similar to 'net to the right'

 

http://www.knittingfool.com/StitchIndex/KF_StitchAppearanceCatalog.aspx

 

However, here's a pattern for something similar in crochet.  If you want it really loose like the original, just use an overlarge hook.

 

http://www.crochetspot.com/how-to-crochet-chain-loop-mesh-stitch/

Edited by Granny Square

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i was looking around on Vashti Braha's site and saw this Tunisian "wicker" stitch http://designingvashti.blogspot.com/2009/05/fun-with-tunisian-crochet-aka-afghan.html  also used in this pattern http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/liebling-shrug

 

I don't think it is the same as what is in post 3 photo, but the closest thing I've seen that involves a crochet technique.  

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