If you’re new to crochet, you might be wondering what all of the different crochet stitches are and how to do them. This blog post will show you 100 different crochet stitches patterns with pictures so that you can learn all of the basics and more!
I love learning new different easy crochet stitches. I am always on the lookout for new and different ways to add texture to my crochet patterns.
This stiches guide has the basic stiches first. The crochet guide also has easy stitches which are usually a combination of the basic stitches.
I have included videos on how to do most of the crochet stitches below in both right and left hand.
Free Crochet Patterns Included
There are lots of free crochet patterns using the crochet stitches shown below. All of my free crochet patterns have a printable PDF file available for download.
There are crocheted blankets made using wool, chenille, velvet, and regular acrylic in worsted weight, bulky, and super bulky yarn.
Crochet Stitch Guides
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Basic Easy Crochet Stitches Guide
1. Double Crochet Stitch
This crochet blanket pattern for beginners is a great step by step tutorial on how to make a baby blanket. It shows all the steps to make a crocheted beginner blanket. It uses two of the most basic crochet stitches, single and double crochet. This crochet pattern is great to learn how to crochet a blanket.
2. Half Double Crochet Stitch
This is one of the best crochet stitches for blankets. The crochet stitch is simple to do and has a great texture. This stitch is great for showing off the yarn colors.
This striped baby blanket pattern uses the half double crochet stitch in this basic pattern.
The yarn uses is a worsted weight gauge 4 yarn called It Feels Like Butta from Lion Brand Yarn. I love the softness of this unique tube yarn. It is easy to work with but does need to be tied carefully.
This crochet blanket would be a great baby shower gift. You could make it to match any theme.
4. Moss Stitch
This stitch is a great beginner stitch. It uses the single and chain stitch to make a pretty woven pattern. This stitch is also called the linen or granite stitch.
- Moss Stitch Scarf Tutorial
- Chunky Moss Stitch Headband Pattern
- Moss Stitch Cowl Pattern
- Free Chunky Moss Stitch Throw Pattern
- Crochet Moss Stitch Dishcloth Pattern Tutorial
Easy Crochet Stitches Guide
4. Half Double Crochet Herringbone
5. Even Berry Crochet Stitch
This crochet stitch is a combination of the even berry stitch with a single crochet in between. This crochet stitch makes a raised square pattern. It does not use a lot of yarn and has an easy repeat.
The stitch shows of the opposite side from where you are crocheting. It needs a row of single crochet between the rows of even berry.
This crocheted throw or crib size blanket is made with Bernat Baby Blanket Yarn colors in Raspberry Kisses, White, and Buttercup. These colors are my daughter’s favorite colors.
This is made with stripes of the even berry and single crochet.
Make this ombre throw pattern using Red Heart Ombre Yarn. This is an easy pattern with repeatable textures.
6. Sedge Crochet Stitch
This stitch is an easy combination of single, half double and double crochet stitches in an easy repeat. This stitch looks good in stripes with the colors interlocking.
Make this easy colorful crocheted baby blanket pattern using cake yarn. You get lots of color with few ends to weave in. This free printable pattern is an easy repeat.
Make an easy striped afghan crochet pattern with free printable pattern. This colorful blanket is made with an easy repeat using Caron Paints Yarn.
7. Shell Crochet
I really like the shell stitch. It is and easy pattern but it looks more complicated. There is an easy two row repeat that works quickly.
This free babies crochet blanket pattern is made with the classic shell using double crochet.
The super bulky yarn is a lovely coral pink ombre. It is from the Dapple Bernat Blanket Yarn color line.
This yarn make a soft chenille blanket. It works up quickly with this super chunky gauge 6 yarn
8. Ripple Stitch – Different Stitch
This is one of the best crochet stitches for blanket because it is such a classic. This stitch is easy after you step up the first couple rows.
The pattern makes for an attractive blanket. There are lots of different ripple patterns.
Looking for a pretty crocheted ripple throw afghan? A throw that is soft and squishy but not too hard to make?
This free velvet leaf ripple crochet blanket pattern will be a great project to try. It only has two stitches, half double and half double crochet together.
This bulky yarn is a little thinner than most chunky yarns. It is a little hard to work with so it would not be a great beginner project.
9. Front and Back Post Double Crochet
The front and back post double crochet stitches are great for blanket because they are simple variation of the double crochet stitches.
Instead of inserting the hook in the top of the stitch like you normally do, you crochet around the post of the stitch. This makes a raised stripe.
This free printable crocheted blanket pattern is made using single and double crochet in an uncomplicated repeat of 3 colors. Try this chunky blanket pattern using Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick. This blanket is a great throw size.
10. Box Crochet Stitch
A pretty stripe blanket with a simple box stitch repeat made with a soft yarn.The box stitch is made using double crochet, so it is an easy repeat.
This blanket is made with a worsted weight gauge 4 yarn. The yarn, Feels Like Butta from Lion Brand Yarn has a soft texture. It is a unique tube yarn that is simple to work with.
A free modern blanket pattern using the spider stitch and Caron Chunky Cakes Yarn.
The pattern is an uncompliated repeat that gives the unique pattern of the spider stitch in lines. I love cake yarn, because it give you lots of colors without lots of ends to weave in.
12. Front & Back Single & Double Crochet Stitch – Ocean Stripes Super Bulky Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern – Free Printable PDF
A simple super bulky free Bernat yarn blanket using ocean, a pretty multicolored yarn. This pretty chunky crochet baby blanket pattern uses just 2 easy stitches so it would be great for your first project using Bernat Blanket Yarn.
13. Cluster Stitch – Free Gray & Green Quick Striped Chunky Baby Blanket Bernat Yarn Crocheted Pattern
Use a simple double crochet cluster to make this cute boy baby blanket. This pattern is made using Bernat Blanket self striping yarn.
I love self striping or cake yarn. You get all the colors without tons of ends to weave in.
This stitch is also know as the granite or linen crochet stitch. It gives the blanket a woven look.
The moss stitch pattern is an easy combination of the chain stitch and single crochet stitch
More Moss Stitch Crochet Blanket Patterns to Try
- Crochet Modern Moss Stitch Blanket
- Two Color Moss Stitch Baby Blanket Pattern
- Variegated Moss Stitch Waves and Rows Blanket
This crochet stitch is a simple variation of the single crochet stitch. You do the spike the same way as a single crochet but you insert your hook in a different row than the row you are on.
Try this half double crochet V stitch, an easy crochet stitch. The half double V stitch uses two stitches with a chain in the middle.
18. Primrose Stitch
Primrose Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern
19. Double Crochet V Stitch
The V stitch is a simple variation of the double crochet. You do two double crochet stitches in the same stitch with a chain between them.
20. Trinity Crochet Stitch
21. Star or Daisy Stitch
22. Herringbone Double Crochet
This is one of my favorite easy crochet for blankets. I think it is the best because it is an easy variation of the double crochet stitch but it has a great pattern to.
A free modern throw blanket pattern using the double herringbone stitch and Caron Chunky Cakes Yarn. This is a great beginner pattern using just one stitch and self-striping bulky yarn.
This is a great beginner blanket crochet pattern. It uses just one stitch in a simple repeat with a self-striping cake yarn.
More Different Crochet Stitches to Try
23. Bean Stitch
This stitch makes a pretty texture but it takes a lot of yarn. The item has a dense weave and is thick.
24. Berry Stitch
25. Crossed Double Stitch
Try this double crochet dishcloth pattern. It uses the double stitch and a variation the crossed double. Dishcloths are a great beginner pattern or a way to try a new stitch without making a big project.
26. Crunch Stitch
27. Double Cluster Stitch
Make a cluster washcloth using the double crochet together, which is easy to learn. It makes little groups of slightly raised puffs. This stitch would be great for a blanket too.
This double V stitch is and easy and fast repeat. It uses the double 2 together stitch in a one row repeat.
29. Even Moss Stitch
30. Feather Stitch
Try the feather stitch in this dishcloth pattern. This stitch uses a lot of yarn. It is an easy one row repeat.
What to learn how to make an easy crochet dishcloth? Try this combination of a basic double crochet stitch & slip, stitch using this free dishcloth crochet tutorial with a free printable pattern.
32. Half Double Cluster Stitch
33. Lotus Stitch
This stitch is a more advanced stitch. The stitch takes lots of yarn.
34. Mesh Stitch
Try the rice stitch it is an easy variation of the double stitch, front and back post double crochet. The pattern is an easy 1 row repeat.
36. Teardrop Stitch
37. Waffle Stitch
38. Wide Double Crochet Stitch
Make this easy crochet washcloth pattern using the wide double crochet pattern. The stitch is an easy variation of the double stitch. This crocheted washcloth pattern works up fast.
More Different Crochet Stitches to Try
- 39. Treble Stitch
- 40. Slip Stitch Back Loop
- 41. Granny Stripe Stitch
- 42. Extended Single Crochet
- 43. Mixed Loop Stitch
- 44. Even Mixed Loop Stitch
- 45. Griddle Stitch
- 46. Crumpled Griddle
- 47. Waddle Stitch
- 48. Grit Stitch
- 49. Sprig Stitch
- 50. Pike Stitch
- 51. Flower Stitch
- 52. Puff Stitch
- 53. Catherine’s Wheel
- 54. Harlequin Stitch
- 55. Bumpy Row Stitch
- 56. Waistcoat Stitch
- 57. Basketweave Stitch
- 58. Corner to Corner Stitch
- 59. Vintage Rippling Blocks
- 60. Alpine Stitch
- 61. Ripple Puff Stitch
- 62. Clamshell Stitch
- 63. Offset Shell Stitch
- 64. Open Shell Stitch
- 65. Honeycomb Trellis Stitch
- 66. Offset V Stitch
- 67. Ridged String Network Stitch
- 68. Mixed Cluster Stitch
- 69. Rippled Lace
- 70. Diamond Trellis Stitch
- 71. Thistle Stitch
- 72. Bavarian Stitch
- 73. Crocodile Stitch
- 74. Blueberry Stitch
- 75. Bobble Stitch
- 76. Cable Columns
- 78. Seed Stitch
- 79. Love Knots
- 80. Picot Trellis Stitch
- 81. Flying Bird Stitch
- 82. Samurai Stitch
- 83. Boxed Puff Stitch
- 84. Block Stitch
- 85. Suzette Stitch
- 86. Side Lean Stitch
- 87. Wedge Stitch
- 89. Puff Flower Stitch
- 90. Single Crochet Cluster
- 91. Larksfoot Stitch
- 92. Wave Stitch
- 93. Cable Stitch
- 95. Zig Zag Puff Stitch
- 96. Granny Stitch
- 97. Tulip Stitch
- 98. Heart Stitch
- 99. Mini Bean Stitch
- 100. Arruga Stitch
If you’re new to crochet, learning the basic stitches is a great place to start. With just a few stitches, you can make so many different projects! In this blog post, we’ll show you over 100 different crochet stitches patterns with pictures. These crochet stitches include basic, easy, and more advanced stitches, so you’ll be sure to find one.
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More Free Crochet Patterns
- 99 Free Patterns for a Crochet Throw
- 29 Free Crochet Baby Blanket Pattern
- Ombre Throw Blanket
- Velvet Throw Blanket
- Blue Dreams Baby Blanket – free pattern
- Pink Dreams Baby Blanket – free pattern
- Ocean Stripe Baby Blanket – free pattern
- Granny Ripple Baby Blanket -free pattern
- Hugs and Kisses Ripple Baby Blanket – free pattern
- Harlequin Baby Blanket – free pattern
- Jungle Friend Baby Blanket– free pattern
- Navy Gingham Baby Blanket – free pattern
- Waffle Baby Blanket – free pattern
- Purple Dreams Baby Blanket – free pattern
- Blue Beautiful Baby Blanket
- Diamond Baby Blanket
- Pink Gingham Baby Blanket