I love to learn new gorgeous crochet stitches and share them with you. By far, this crochet crocodile stitch variation is the most beautiful stitch I’ve ever used.
The Crochet Crocodile Stitch
The crochet crocodile stitch is a combination of innovative and traditional design, that you can customise in many ways. You can use the crocodile stitch for any kind of projects, from dresses, hats, scarves, blankets or any project you have in mind.
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It isn’t very complicated to learn. But, you can find the written pattern and the video tutorial, that can help you as well in learning this crocodile stitch variation.
You can use the crocodile stitch to make various products ranging from crochet tops to shawls and scarves, that are not only fashionable, but also serves as an eye grabbing attire for you.
The crocodile technique is another stitch pattern, that may be interesting to be experienced by the expert crocheters, but also, is easy to learn for beginners.
ch – chain
dc – double crochet
sl-st – slip stitch
sc – single crochet
st – Stitch
4.5 mm ( Nr.7 ) Crochet Hook
Colourful Crochet Cotton Thread in brown, magenta and red.
Crochet Crocodile Stitch Pattern:
- Crochet ch 15
- One row of sl-st, grabbing the stitch as shown in the video
- Crochet ch 1, sl-st 1, ch 14. On the row created, make sl-st 14, pulling over the loop as shown in the video. Create one stitch with all the 14 slip-stitches. Join this stitch with the row you created before, grabbing the 3-rd gap. Make sl-st 3.
Make 4 other stitches as #3, but you can create as many stitches as you want.
- Turn the work. Make cn 1, sl-st 1. With sc 1 grab the chain with the stitch, so will have 5 loops on the hook. Make sl-st 3 and sc 1 where the chain joins the stitch. This process continues till you join all the stitches with the chain.
- Turn your work again. Repeat #3 and #4 using another yarn color if you want.
You have to be careful that the stitches shouldn’t be made one over the other, but make one stitch between two stitches.
Hope you liked the crochet crocodile stitch and comment below if you have any question!
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Source of crochet crocodile stitch pattern: Esperanza y Ana Celia Rosas