Learn how to crochet the v-stitch in this step by step photo tutorial. A versatile and easy stitch to work, I often find myself turning to this one. Crocheted with basic stitches, it’s a stitch for everyone.
It’s a very easy stitch to learn if you know the basic stitches. If even basic stitches are new for you I’ve provided tutorial links for those too. One stop shop 😉 You can check out the free Veneto Fringed Scarf pattern.
Veneto Hat-an all sizes chunky hat pattern.
Veneto Fringed Scarf-matches the chunky hat and you can leave the fringe off if you prefer.
More Crochet Stitch Tutorials
Crossed Extended Double Crochet Tutorial from Creations By Courtney.
Crochet Linen Stitch Tutorial from Crochet 365 Knit Too.
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- Any weight yarn and appropriately sized hook.
- My favorite hooks are Clover Amour.
- For this tutorial I’m working with Lion Brand’s Thick and Quick Wool Ease in the color Fossil and hook size K.
double crochet (dc)-yarn over (yo) and insert your hook into the stitch to be worked, yo again and pull up a loop, yo and pull through 2 loops, yo and pull through 2 loops to complete the double crochet.
chain (ch)-yarn over and pull up a loop. See the photo & video tutorial.
V-Stitch Photo Tutorial:
The v-stitch is worked all in the same stitch.
Double crochet in the desired stitch.
In the same stitch, double crochet.
Eccola! Now your v-stitch is complete.
I use this stitch in the hat pattern above. As you can see, the next row or round of v-stitches in placed inside the chain space between double crochet stitches. For my pattern I’ve separated the v-stitches with a ch 1 also.
Here’s how that lovely Fossil colorway worked up. This crochet hat pattern is now available: Veneto Hat!