The Wattle Stitch – Pattern Description
The wattle stitch is a one-row repeat crochet pattern constructed with clusters of different height stitches to create a dense textured fabric. It works great for baby blankets, modern afghans, shawls and cowls.
The one-row repeat pattern is easy to remember and you will not need to reference the pattern once you made a few rows. The Wattle Stitch it one of those “mindless” patterns to crochet while watching your favorite Netflix show.
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- Multiples of 3ch
- Deramores Studio DK
- 6mm crochet hook
This tutorial is written in US Terms.
|magic ring||st(s) – stitch(es)|
|ch – chain||sc – single crochet|
|sk – skip||hdc – half double crochet|
|sl st – slip stitch||dc – double crochet|
Starting Chain: This pattern requires you to chain multiples of 3. My starting chain is 33ch.
Row 1: sc in 3rd ch from hook, ch1, dc in the same ch, *sk 2, (sc, ch1, dc) in the next ch*, repeat from * until you have 3ch left, sk2, hdc in the last ch.
Row 2: ch2 (counts as a hdc), *(sc, ch1, dc) in next ch space from previous row*, repeat from * until you crocheted in all ch1 spaces, hdc in the last stitch (the top of ch2 you made at the beginning of the previous row).
Repeat row 2 until you have the desired length
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