Mosaic Crochet is an old crochet technique that has also been called interlocking crochet, double filet crochet, triple filet crochet and intermesh crochet. These crochet techniques involve putting two, or more filet mesh stitch patterns together to create intricate geometric and mosaic designs.
I have included some great resources at the end of the post.
Lately I have been receiving a lot of requests for Mosaic Granny Square Patterns and also for Mosaic Crochet Stitch Patterns.
I thought you might appreciate a roundup of these different free patterns and tutorials.
Mosaic Granny Squares and Mosaic Crochet Stitch Patterns
When the original blog is no longer available online I have included the link to the Wayback Machine (from the Internet Archive) ‘snap shot’ of the pattern. For those of you who are not familiar with the wayback machine, it is an online internet archive that takes snapshots of posts that are on the world wide web and then stores them in case someone needs them later. Like us 😉 So have fun making these and be sure to save copies!
Extra Mosaic Crochet resources (You’ll want to save these ones for later!)
Sylvia Cosh & James Walters Crochet Double Filet Crochet and Intermeshing crochet which outlines the difference between double filet and triple filet crochet.
This beautiful design is a 12 inch by 12 inch square. Medium weight  Yarn and a 5.5 mm (I) hook were used to create the project.Read More
This pattern is written in both English and Dutch. You need DK Weight (Light Weight)  yarn and a 4 mm (G) hook.Read More
Crocheted with super bulky yarn  and a 9 mm (M/N) hook. The finished rug is 22 inches by 32 inches but can be customized to any size.Read More
Download the free PDF pattern for this 50 inch by 60 inch beach blanket. Crocheted with medium weight yarn  and a 5.5 mm (I) hook.Read More
Use this mosaic stitch with medium weight yarn  and a 5.5 mm (I) hook. The finished blanket is 32 inches by 38 inches.Read More
These place mats are 13 inches by 19 inches in size but you can easily resize them to make them 12 inches by 12 inches. You need medium weight yarn  and a 5.5. mm (I) hook.Read More
This beautiful design makes is a 57 inch square throw using medium weight yarn  and a 6 mm (J) hook. Get the free PDF download here.Read More
This beautiful blanket uses Medium Weight Yarn  and a 5 mm (H) hook. The finished blanket is 33 inches by 40 inches and is super pretty!Read More
There are tons of great patterns here. Scroll to #18 for Double Filet Basics and #19 is the Double Filet Neckpurse.Read More
Learn the difference between double filet and triple filet and see examples of intermeshing projects.Read More