This simple crochet tutorial will help you to learn how to crochet waffle stitch.
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What do you need to crochet this project?
- Crochet hook size 2.5 mm
Tips for beginners:
- Yarndage: 1.76 Oz (50g) / 185 Yrds (169m)
- Yarn weight: Fingering (14 wpi) / Super Fine
- Fiber type: 100% mercerized cotton
- Yarn Brand: Yarn Art Begonia
Tips for beginners:
- Stitch/place markers
These tips might answer your questions:
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How to Crochet Waffle stitch
Been looking for an interesting pattern to make a pretty blanket or bedspread? Then you’re in the right place. The crochet waffle stitch is so cool! And it’s much easier to make than it looks. All you need to learn here is how to repeat double crochets and front post double crochets in multiples of three.
It will surely take practice at the beginning but the technique is so irresistible that it’s definitely worth it! With the waffle stitch, you can create so many cute crochet projects in any color and size.
Crochet Waffle stitch pattern
Writing instructions to crochet
Foundation chain: multiples of 19+5.
Row 1: 3 ch, dc in ch.
Row 2: 3 ch, *FPdc in dc, 2 dc in 2 dc, rep from * to the end, FPdc in dc, dc in dc, turn.
Row 3: 3 ch, *dc in FPdc, 2 FPdc in 2dc, rep from* to the end, dc in dc, dc in ch, turn.
Row 4: 3 ch, *FPdc in dc, 2 dc in 2 FPdc, rep from * to the end, FPdc in dc, dc in dc, turn.
Repeat row 2-4 until you have reached your desired length.
Stitch abbreviations used in this crochet
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