V-Stitch Crochet Photo Tutorial

Hi y’all! I recently published a squishy scarf pattern using the v-stitch and I have a hat pattern in the works too, so I thought now would be a good time to do a little v-stitch tutorial. 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 here.

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Materials:

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Any weight yarn and appropriately sized hook. My favorite hooks are Clover Amour which you can find here*. For this tutorial I’m working with Lion Brand’s Thick and Quick Wool Ease in the color Fossil* and hook size K.

Stitches Used:

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. Watch the video tutorial here.

chain (ch)-yarn over and pull up a loop. See the photo & video tutorial here.

V-Stitch Photo Tutorial:

The v-stitch is worked all in the same stitch.

v-stitch crochet

Double crochet in the desired stitch.

Chain 1.

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 hat pattern is coming soon!

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