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Waffle Crochet Stitch

Waffle Crochet Stitch

Waffle Crochet Stitch

Are you tired of using the same stitches?

Try the waffle stitch. 

Surprisingly, crocheting the waffle stitch is not as complicated as it seems at all. It uses a mixture of double crochet (dc) and front post double crochet (fpdc) to make its unique 3D waffle pattern.

Once you get the hang of it you may even find it addictive. And while this stitch does use up a lot of yarn (due to the very three-dimensional pattern), I think you'll find it's well worth the extra yardage.

Ideal for blankets, scarves, hats, cowls, dish cloth, face scrub, just to name a few.

Recommendation:

Yarn – you don’t want to use a yarn that is thin. Select one with some weight, but not too heavy.

1. Rainbow Blended Color Yarn Cake

2. Harmony Color Milk Cotton Yarn

Crochet hook size 7 or 8

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Instructions:

Stitch Multiple: Works with a multiple of 3 stitches. On the foundation row, chain in a multiple of 3 plus 2.

Step 1 - chain a multiple of 3 + 2.

Row 1 – (dc) Double crochet in the third chain from the hook and dc in each chain to the end. At the end of this row, you should have a multiple of 3 stitches.

Chain-2, turn your work and double crochet in the very first stitch. ...

Chain-2, turn your work.

Row 2 – dc in the first stitch. * fpdc the next stitch. Dc in next 2 stitches. * Repeat between * and * until you have 2 stitches remaining on the row. Ending the row with a fpdc and a dc in the last stitch. Chain 2, turn.

Row 3 – dc in the first 2 stitches. * Fpdc in the next 2 stitches, dc in the next stitch. * Repeat * and * until 1 stitch remaining. dc the last stitch.

Repeat Rows 2 and 3 until the length you want.

 

Here is a video tutorial you can follow:

Source: Stitchorama by Naztazia