Learning new crochet stitches is always a fun way to get inspired to create new crochet patterns. The crochet stitch I’m showing you today is one of the most particular one.
The leaf stitch is just wonderful and very easy to learn. It is perfect for making elegant crochet skirts, cardigans, ponchos and any other dresses.
As you may see from the photos below, this crochet stitch has a lot of relief, which makes this pattern even more unique.
Start making your crochet projects using the leaf stitch. Be creative, you can customize it and create a new crochet stitch all by yourself.
This pattern is really easy to understand. The video tutorial below will will give you all the instructions on how to make the lovely leaf stitch.
Have fun and comment below if you have any question!
Thanks for visiting! Follow CrochetBeja on your favorite social media sites: Facebook, Pinterest, G+ and subscribe for the Newsletter so you don’t miss a thing!
Source of leaf stitch crochet pattern tutorial: Esperanza y Ana Celia Rosas
JEAN F FEID
I want to learn this leaf stitch. However, I do not understand or speak Spanish. Is this tutorial available in English?
I also would like know know if you have an ENGLISH version
Hi! Did you ever get the English version?
If you can read the graph for the pattern, you can follow it row by row. The symbols can be found on Pinterest, Instagram or Google. Just type in crochet symbols in the search box and you should find the symbols with photos to explain the stitches. You can also watch the tutorials and keep pausing it to write down what they do. That’s how I get around the language barrier. You should pin the charts on Pinterest for future reference. Hope this helps.
Would like to see more. Beautiful pattern.
Is there an English translation for this pattern? It might be one of the prettiest crochet I’ve ever seen! Thank you.
Is there a way to make the edges straight? I am making this into a baby blanket as a gift, and want to line the back with fabric. I need straight edges to do so. Does anyone have any recommendations?
Hi! There are tutorials on YouTube, one by oana and another by sheru, that look slightly less curvy. I would add a few extra double crochet to the beginning and end of the rows to lessen the curvyness even more. I hope that helps!
You could add a straight border and then stitch it to that
To make it easier on myself , I wrote up the pattern in written instructions (US terms). I’m reaching out to the blog admin to find out if they want it, so they can add it to this page for everyone who’s asking for a written pattern.
That’s awesome! Did you get anywhere with that?
I would love the written pattern ‼️ Thank you ‼️
Hi Kelly – I am from Australia and would also LOVE it if you could publish the pattern too somewhere – perhaps you could even email it to me? My address is Samantha. DOT. MacNally at live DOT COM DOT AU
Debi, any luck in sharing the English pattern? Thank you! Kathleen
If you can email Kelly, my address is mysecretmc hyphen sale at yahoo dot com dot au. Thank you in advance!
I would like the written pattern in English as well. thank you. If possible, email me at [email protected] thanks again.
Juan De Leon
Is there a video for lefthanded crocheters? My stitches do not match this video. For some reason both stitches end up on the sam.h e side e en though I am doing front and back addresses.
Wondering in Alaska
Where is the written pattern ? Not everyone can read or understand a chart. Having a written pattern in front of you would make learning this very easy. Having both a chart and a written pattern available would be great