60 Crochet Stitch Tutorials You Need to Save For Later!
Learn to crochet new stitches with these 60 fantastic stitch tutorials!
Here are just some of the 60 Crochet Stitch Tutorials Included in this post: Granule Stitch, Corner to Corner Shell Stitch, Trinity Stitch, Moss Stitch, Wattle Stitch, Pebble Stitch, V-Stitch, Crossed Double Crochet Stitch, Tread Stitch, Basket Weave Stitch, Shell Stitch, Third Dimension Stitch, Chinese Puzzle Stitch, Tipped Blocks Stitch, Star Stitch (4 Pointed), Marguerite Stitch (5 Pointed Star Stitch), Bavarian Stitch, Crocodile Stitch, Larksfoot Stitch, Woven Stitch, Twists and Turns Stitch, Zig Zag Lozenge Stitch, Catherine Wheel Stitch, Aligned Double Crochet Stitch, Solomon’s Grid Stitch, Fan and V Stitch, Popcorn Stitch, Double Wave Stitch, Granny Ripple Stitch, Stormy Seas Stitch, Picket Fences Stitch, Simplest Shell Stitch, Wave and Chevron Stitch, Rib Stitch, Houndstooth Stitch, Block Stitch Basket Stitch, Sedge Stitch, Cable Stitch, Bow Ties Stitch, Woven Shell Stitch, Sand Stitch Tutorial, Waffle Stitch, Simple Bullion Stitch, Fancy Shells Stitch, Silt Stitch, Sultan Stitch (Cupcake Stitch), Grit Stitch, Seed Stitch, Linen Stitch, Forked Half Double Crochet Stitch and so many more!
All-in-all, we have prepared more than 60 crochet stitch tutorials for you to try!
I thought it might be helpful to have the stitch tutorials we created during our Let’s Learn a New Crochet Stitch Tutorial Thursday Posts available all together in one post.
No time today? Then PIN it for later!
I hope you find each of these stitch tutorials helpful and this makes it easier for you to try new stitches on your future crochet projects and patterns!
You may also want to save a copy of these Beginner Crochet Stitches and Symbols for later. Or, if you are brand-new to crochet, why not start here with my Learn to Crochet Series.60 Crochet Stitch Pattern Tutorials YOU Need to Save for Later!
60 Crochet Stitch Tutorials YOU Need to Save For Later!
- The Simplest Crochet Dishcloth
- Ribbed Half Double Crochet Dishcloth
- Forked Half Double Crochet Dishcloth
- Very Basic Dishcloth
- Up and Down Dishcloth
- Linen Stitch Crochet Dishcloth
- Ribbed Single Crochet Stitch Dishcloth
- Very Merry Scrubby Dishcloth
- Seed Stitch Tutorial and Dishcloth
- Reversible Dishcloth
- Extended Single Crochet Stitch Dishcloth
- Grit Stitch Dishcloth
- Little Christmas Trees Dishcloth
- Sultan Stitch Square Dishcloth (also known as the cupcake stitch)
- Santa’s Little Dishcloth
- Silt Stitch Dishcloth
- Spot On! Crochet Dishcloth
- Trinity Stitch
- Stormy Seas Square
- Picket Fences Square
- Simplest Shell Stitch Square
- Slip Stitch Crochet Square
- Wave and Chevron Stitch Square
- Rib Stitch Square
- Houndstooth Crochet Stitch Tutorial
- Block Stitch Crochet Tutorial
- Basket Stitch Tutorial
- Sedge Stitch Tutorial
- Cable Stitch Tutorial
- Bow Ties Crochet Stitch
- Woven Shell Stitch
- Sand Stitch Tutorial
- Waffle Stitch
- Simple Bullion Stitch Tutorial
- Fancy Shells Crochet Tutorial
- Bavarian Square Tutorial
- Crocodile Stitch
- Larksfoot Stitch Tutorial
- Woven Stitch Tutorial
- Twists and Turns Stitch
- Fiona’s Afghan Square – Zig Zag Lozenge Stitch Photo Tutorial and Free Pattern
- Colourful Stripes
- Catherine Wheel Stitch
- Aligned Double Crochet Stitch
- Solomon’s Grid Stitch
- Fan and V Stitch 8″ Afghan Square Pattern and Photo Tutorial
- Popcorn Stitch Tutorial
- Double Wave Stitch
- Granny Ripple Stitch
- Granule Stitch
- Corner to Corner Shell Stitch (Right Handed Version)
- Corner to Corner Shell Stitch (Left Handed Version)
- Moss Stitch
- One Sided Front Loop Single Crochet
- Wattle Stitch
- Pebble Stitch
- Half Double V Stitch
- Crossed Double Crochet Stitch
- Tread Stitch
- Basket Weave Stitch
- Shell Stitch
- Third Dimension Stitch
- Chinese Puzzle Stitch
- Tipped Blocks Stitch
- Star Stitch (4 Pointed)
- Marguerite Stitch (5 Pointed Star Stitch)
Do you have a stitch you would like us to prepare a tutorial for? Leave your suggestions in the comments!
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18 Crochet Stitch Tutorials
In 2014 we created 18 crochet stitch tutorials for our Let's Learn a New Crochet Stitch event. See them all here:Read More
14 More Crochet Stitch Tutorials
In 2015 these were the first 14 crochet stitch tutorials we prepared. Take a closer look in this post!Read More
Crochet Cupcake Stitch Tutorials
You might also like to try this stitch! The cupcake stitch is also known as the Sultan Stitch.Read More
Hi Lei, You are very welcome! I’m so happy you are enjoying your visit at ODC. Let me know if you have any questions. All the best, Rhondda
I learned how to crochet basic pattern when I was about 9 or 10. During the pandemic quarantine I’ve restarted with this new hobby and am obsessed! This is an AWESOME blog and great resource for me as a newbie 🙂
Thanks for the free CAL!!!
Hi Lorene, There is no book of tutorials available. Each stitch pattern is available as a post separately. We did the tutorials over a period of 2 years. All the best, Rhondda
Is there a way that we can save this book to my personal Documents on my computer for future use? I want to thank you for the information. Thanks a million
Thank you a thousand times!!!! This is perfect….just what I need !!!!!
Hi Rachel – it would be the gauge of your stitches (so how many stitches are in an inch). Even if you have the same number of stitches your gauge can change as you work on a project – especially if you become more relaxed when you are crocheting it it can make you have bigger stitches – or if you are under stress you may be prone to crocheting more tightly (I do this and have to watch myself).
Also if you are comparing 2 different afghan squares that have the same number of stitches and they are being worked with the same yarn and hook – the stitches being used (the stitch pattern) may influence the finished size of the project.
If you are working stitches with a turning chain, you may be accidentally working an extra stitch in the turning chain (or missing it) when you get back to it – there are so many reasons why our projects can vary from beginning to end. When I was new to crochet I always seemed to lose a stitch every row (because I forgot about that turning chain).
Hope this helps, Rhondda
Why do my projects keep getting wider?
The number of stitches and patterns are the same.
Hi Kelly, I’m not sure what you need help with? If you can provide a little more information, I’d appreciate it! All the best, Rhondda
How to make things better with this
The first 14 stitches have tutorials 🙂 click the name of the stitch listed to be taken directly to the full photo tutorial. Thanks! Rhondda
Hi, I’m intreseted in your crochet stitches. Can you prepare a tutorial for me forge first 14 crochet stitch tutorials from 2015, please.
Hi Sharon, We tried not to duplicate any of our tutorials in the collection but if I remember correctly there was one the linen stitch I think that we both called by a different name – but it is the same stitch. Stitches are funny that way since they’ve been around for so long the names have changed along the way depending on who was using it. Hope this helps, Rhondda
I would like to know if there are certain crochet stitches with 2
different names I see a lot which look the same and can you name them
Hi Roseann, I have a visual here: https://oombawkadesigncrochet.com/fpsc-fphdc-and-fpdc-stitch-tutorials/ and a little bit more information about post stitches here: https://oombawkadesigncrochet.com/99-crochet-post-stitches-review/ Hope this helps 🙂 Rhondda
I have been trying to find out how to do a front post stitch. Can someone help?
Hi Roxanne, June’s video might help: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iuR0OlDqH0g&feature=youtu.be
Thank you for grouping these all in one place! Kudos for being amazing!
I am going to attempt a vintage crochet monkey made with loops for hair on body and head. Do you know how to do loop stitch and incorporate it in a pattern (other than just a swatch)? A visual tutorial would really help. Thank you.
Rhondda Rocks! I LOVE her roundups!
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Thank you! I’m working on a knitting project for my 4 1/2 month granddaughter right now but as soon as I finish, I plan to start crocheting again. In fact, one of my 2016 resolutions is to renew with crochet (for some reason, it seems a little scary for me). I haven’t crocheted in years, so the dishcloth idea will be perfect for me!
Thanks so much! This is and will be really helpful! Thanks again Manda!