The waffle stitch is a fun and beautifully textured crochet stitch. It is great for so many projects and much easier than it looks! This free video tutorial and pattern will show you how to properly crochet this terrific stitch and a collection of projects that you can pursue using it!
HOW DO YOU MASTER THE WAFFLE STITCH?
To master the waffle stitch, you must know how to do a regular double crochet because this stitch is created by working front post double crochets. It is a no brainer that you should also know the basics of creating this stitch: chaining and turning your design. These stitches are repeated in multiples of three on both sides of the fabric to create the certain waffle pattern.
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If you do this correctly, small squares are formed on both sides of your crochet project and should resemble a delightful waffle!
The waffle stitch is lovely for a basket, hat, or blanket. These waffle pattern projects can make charming home decor items or serve as wonderful ideas for a special homemade gift. A few other project ideas include crochet mittens and scarves for the chilly months! This stitch is also great for a crochet dishcloth! A waffle stitch crochet dishcloth has so much potential for your housekeeping adventures. One advantage of this dishcloth is that it dries quickly.
This is only if you use 100% cotton yarn, which will allow for the design to have a good amount of space between the stitches. This crochet dishcloth is the perfect absorbing cloth and its texture makes it great scrubbing power.
From dishcloths to blankets and hats, this stitch will make all of your project designs especially unique! For any design, make sure to use a medium-weight yarn that is thicker than double knitting yarn, but not as heavy as the chunky yarn type.
Who doesn’t love the waffle crochet stitch? Enjoy it and be sure to come back every day for more free tutorials!
Waffle crochet stitch dishcloths free pattern: Chip Flory.
Video tutorial by: Bella Coco.