Category Archives: single crochet stitch patterns

Single Crochet Group Stitch

Single Crochet Group Stitch – Easy to crochet small textured stitch pattern, learn how to make it from my tutorial below.

Use for projects like dishcloths, potholders, washcloths or place mats etc. a lovely stitch which is written in both formats USA and UK, scroll down to get the format you want.

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Free Crochet Stitch Tutorial-Sprig Stitch

Free Crochet Stitch Tutorial-Sprig Stitch – Today’s crochet how too is on the sprig stitch, this easy and quick design is made up of chains and single crochet’s.

It creates a firm and close pattern that will be great for gloves, mitts, scarves, cowls etc.

It is also a lovely stitch for edging.

Free crochet stitch tutorial-sprig stitch

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Free Crochet Stitch Tutorial-Woven Stitch

Free Crochet Stitch Tutorial-Woven Stitch – I have added a new stitch tutorial to my stitch library, the woven stitch is a simple two row repeat design, it is also known as moss stitch.

This woven stitch will create a strong flat texture suitable for bags, purses, scarves etc.

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Single Crochet Rib Stitch

The single crochet rib stitch is useful for putting a different edge onto the bottom of your cardigans and sweaters, cuffs or button/button bands etc. use it on babies, children’s or adults crocheted items.

Can also be used for edging on beanie hats, warm fingerless mitts, afghans, baby blankets and shawls.

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Crochet Trinity Stitch

The crochet trinity stitch is made with just a one pattern repeat, which requires a little bit of crochet experience, but once you get the momentum going it is very quick to learn.

It has a lovely textured feel and look, so it is ideal for blankets etc.

Learn more Crochet Stitches.

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Crochet Spider Stitch

The crochet spider stitch is a classic beautifully textured stitch that I have been using for many years and love the way it creates a pretty but not too lacy fabric feel, using just a chain and sc/dc stitches, it is easy and simple to do.

Perfect for scarves, wash/dishcloths or blankets.

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