How To: Crochet The Block Stitch - Easy Tutorial


The Block Stitch is the perfect stitch for every single crocheter to learn, as it is a fairly easy stitch to learn and creates a colourful and unique design!

I actually learned how to crochet the Block Stitch a long time ago, and loved it so much that I went ahead and designed my Warm & Toasty Winter Cowl.



If you'd like to learn how to crochet the "Block Stitch", this helpful video will guide you through all the steps as you continue on your ever-growing crochet journey!


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15 comments:

  1. Love that stitch!
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  2. So pretty. What yarn and colors did you use?

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    1. I used Light Old Pink, Off White and Light Mint Green :)

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    2. Hi! What brand of yarn did you use for this?

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  3. Love your tutorials! Thanks for sharing.

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  4. I would like to make an Afghan using this stitch. How many chains across would I need to make it a twin size topper for my bed? I can make it as long as I wish but need help to compute chains for the width. If I then want to make it still wider, is there a set number I would use so as not to have enough or too many stitches to finish the row perfectly. Thank you for your excellent tutorial and pleasant speaking voice.

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  5. Hi. I'm not sure how to get the white in. Can you explain that? Thank you!!

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  6. Your tutorial is very good.

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  7. Do you have a written pattern for this stitch. I want to send it to someone who doesn't have a computer. Thank you for your help.

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  8. Started as a blanket. What did you do with all the cut yarn strings. Did you do a border.

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  9. Please advise. Gardenmh@aol.com thankd

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  11. I love this, but would also like the same help as @kitkatcam! How many starting chains for an afghan or twin sized blanket? Is there a formula, like... Multiples of 12 + 3?

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  12. Is there a written, printable version of this pattern?

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