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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27 comments:

  1. Love that stitch!
    http://soldenochedecocrochet.blogspot.com.ar/

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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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    1. The single crochet row is how she got the white in there.

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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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    1. the block stitch is a mulitiple of 3+1

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    2. I'm 77 years old. I've been crocheting for many years but have always used a written pattern someone else wrote. I would love to make something I figured out on my own before I die. When you say 3+1 do I chain a multiple of chain 4's or do I chain a multiple of chain 3 and add chain 1 at the end of chain 3's. This is so confusing to me. Please help. I would really appreciate your help.
      Thanks so much, Emma Jean Wike, my email address is
      midgeesma@embarqmail.com

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

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  13. excelente explicación, mil gracias y saludos desde México

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  14. How do you weave the tail ends in?? Help!

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  15. Janice in Alaska2 February 2017 at 15:17

    Are their written instructions available ??

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  16. tutorials are nice but wish you would include a printed pattern I can just keep in my lap when I am working on something new! not every one has a tablet or what ever that they can replay the tutorials on until they get it right..catnipcottagekk

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  17. This was very helpful once I realised that when you said single crochet you really meant double crochet, and the double crochets are actually trebles. I thought that being Australian you would use UK terminology and not the incorrect American one. Perhaps you could mention that at the beginning of each video? Otherwise showing the actual stitching is very clear, thank you.

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  18. Hello :-) What brand of yarn did you use for this tutorial. I love the texture.

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  19. what about all the tie-ins at end of each row? Seems like a lot of ends to hide
    after different colors.

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