10 Fun Crochet Stitches To Try

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Learning new crochet stitches is a great way to expand your skills and allow for creative growth. They can add texture, drape and provide a fun change from working with traditional stitches. Check out my collection of crochet stitch tutorials below…


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Bobble Stitch:
Add a fun pop of texture to your projects! Great for making letters in blankets, washcloths and adding depth to your designs.
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Herringbone Half Double Crochet:
Create visual appeal with slanted stitches. It looks great worked in rows and in rounds and is fabulous for a variety of projects.
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Iris Stitch:
A romantic stitch that looks especially gorgeous with lightweight yarn. Use this stitch for beautiful, airy projects like spring scarves, shawls and blankets.
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Herringbone Double Crochet:
A fun zig-zag look when worked in rows and a slanted appearance when worked in rounds. This stitch works up quickly great for blankets and wearable designs.
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Suzette Stitch:
A beautiful stitch combination using single and double crochet that is great for washcloths, hand towels, scarves, blankets and more!
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Lemon Peel Stitch:
A solid and textured design perfect for a variety of projects and works up very quickly using single and double crochet stitches.
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Extended Single Crochet:
A fun variation of the single crochet stitch that adds a little extra height and drape. An easy stitch with lots of potential!
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Even Moss Stitch:
A simple two stitch combination that displays a lovely texture that is simple and eye catching. Made using slip stitches and half double crochet, this is a great beginner stitch!
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Waistcoat Stitch:
This stitch is beautiful and creates a stunning effect with a knit-like appearance. It’s dense which makes it a great option for washcloths, hand towels and other household items.
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Extended Half Double Crochet:
Lovely drape with a hint of airy vibes, the extended half double crochet stitch is a fast one to crochet and works up quickly with the added height. The classic “3rd loop” ridge is still visible with a wider gap than the traditional HDC stitch.
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Which of these crochet stitches will you try first? Looking for free patterns? CLICK HERE. Ad-free, printer friendly versions can be found in my Etsy and Ravelry shops. Happy Crocheting!

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