How To: Crochet The Double Crochet V Stitch - Easy Tutorial


A stitch that I've recently become obsessed with is the Double Crochet V Stitch... It's such a simple yet pretty stitch which makes it extremely easy to work into almost any design.

The Double Crochet V Stitch looks great when featured in most crochet projects where vibrant colours are fun to incorporate... Such as multicoloured scarves and eye-catching blankets!


If you'd like to learn how to crochet the "Double Crochet V Stitch", this helpful video will guide you through all the steps (in an easy to follow speed) as you continue on your ever-growing crochet journey!


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14 comments:

  1. is their written version of this stitch...I seem to learn so much better from written instructions

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    1. today we're learning cat roche the double crochet v-stitch to begin chain
      0:07multiples of 2 let's move under one shall we begin
      0:11chained to this counts as the first double crochet then you want to skip
      0:16three chains and in that fourth chain want to crochet 2 double crochets yarn
      0:22over insert hook yarn over pull back through three loops on your hook yarn
      0:27over pull through two loops 2 loops left hook yarn over and pull through those
      0:32last two loops perfect you want to crochet another double crochet into that
      0:38same stitch this will create a set of two double crochets perfect now skip one
      0:45chain and in that next chain stitch you want to crochet another two double
      0:51crochets you're not familiar with the double crochet stitch have been easy
      0:56tutorial on my channel that link in the description that's the second double
      1:02crochet perfect
      1:06so you want to continue skipping one chain and the crochet 2 double crochets
      1:11in the next stitch all the way across to reach the end of the row once you reach
      1:16the end of the row skip one chain and then that next lost chain you want to
      1:22crochet double crochet
      1:31i also changed colors on this last double crochet but that's completely
      1:35optional perfect now let's move onto road to shall we begin
      1:43chain 2 and 12 the count as your first double crochet and turn your works you
      1:50crocheting in the opposite direction and I don't want to crochet 2 double
      1:54crochets in between that set of 2 double crochets from the previous row so that's
      2:00one double crochet double crochet then you want to share another double crochet
      2:09in that same space
      2:11this will create that v-stitch look perfect
      2:17now you want to crochet another two double crochets in that next set and
      2:22mean between the next set as well all the way across to you reach the end of
      2:26this row once you reach the end of this road you want to crochet a double
      2:32crochet into the top of that chain too
      2:41i also changed colors on this last stitch back to purple perfect let's move
      2:50on to Row 3 shall we begin
      2:52chain 2 so 1 2 in turn your works your crochet in the opposite direction
      2:59perfect now crochet 2 double crochets once again in between that set of 2
      3:06double crochets from the previous row so that's the first double crochet they
      3:13know when to crochet and now the double crochet perfect want to continue
      3:22crocheting two double crochets in between each set of double crochets all
      3:26the way across to the end of the road once you reach the end of the road you
      3:31want to crochet a double crochet into the top of that chain too
      3:43i also changed colors back to mint on this last stitch once again that's
      3:48completely optional perfect
      3:55so you want to continue repeating rows 2 and 3 to you Richard desired length this
      4:01is how to look after for Peter Rose two and three multiple times as you can see
      4:06it creates a very unique v design us the name which would be perfect to use when
      4:11Christian quirky scarves and colorful blanket as the stitch also happens to be
      4:16reversible meaning it looks equally beautiful on either side
      4:21be sure to check out my blog hopeful honey calm for lots of free crochet
      4:25patterns if you enjoyed this tutorial please thumbs up share and subscribe

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  2. I agree with Janette. I LOVE your tutorials but also need written instructions.

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    1. today we're learning cat roche the double crochet v-stitch to begin chain
      0:07multiples of 2 let's move under one shall we begin
      0:11chained to this counts as the first double crochet then you want to skip
      0:16three chains and in that fourth chain want to crochet 2 double crochets yarn
      0:22over insert hook yarn over pull back through three loops on your hook yarn
      0:27over pull through two loops 2 loops left hook yarn over and pull through those
      0:32last two loops perfect you want to crochet another double crochet into that
      0:38same stitch this will create a set of two double crochets perfect now skip one
      0:45chain and in that next chain stitch you want to crochet another two double
      0:51crochets you're not familiar with the double crochet stitch have been easy
      0:56tutorial on my channel that link in the description that's the second double
      1:02crochet perfect
      1:06so you want to continue skipping one chain and the crochet 2 double crochets
      1:11in the next stitch all the way across to reach the end of the row once you reach
      1:16the end of the row skip one chain and then that next lost chain you want to
      1:22crochet double crochet
      1:31i also changed colors on this last double crochet but that's completely
      1:35optional perfect now let's move onto road to shall we begin
      1:43chain 2 and 12 the count as your first double crochet and turn your works you
      1:50crocheting in the opposite direction and I don't want to crochet 2 double
      1:54crochets in between that set of 2 double crochets from the previous row so that's
      2:00one double crochet double crochet then you want to share another double crochet
      2:09in that same space
      2:11this will create that v-stitch look perfect
      2:17now you want to crochet another two double crochets in that next set and
      2:22mean between the next set as well all the way across to you reach the end of
      2:26this row once you reach the end of this road you want to crochet a double
      2:32crochet into the top of that chain too
      2:41i also changed colors on this last stitch back to purple perfect let's move
      2:50on to Row 3 shall we begin
      2:52chain 2 so 1 2 in turn your works your crochet in the opposite direction
      2:59perfect now crochet 2 double crochets once again in between that set of 2
      3:06double crochets from the previous row so that's the first double crochet they
      3:13know when to crochet and now the double crochet perfect want to continue
      3:22crocheting two double crochets in between each set of double crochets all
      3:26the way across to the end of the road once you reach the end of the road you
      3:31want to crochet a double crochet into the top of that chain too
      3:43i also changed colors back to mint on this last stitch once again that's
      3:48completely optional perfect
      3:55so you want to continue repeating rows 2 and 3 to you Richard desired length this
      4:01is how to look after for Peter Rose two and three multiple times as you can see
      4:06it creates a very unique v design us the name which would be perfect to use when
      4:11Christian quirky scarves and colorful blanket as the stitch also happens to be
      4:16reversible meaning it looks equally beautiful on either side
      4:21be sure to check out my blog hopeful honey calm for lots of free crochet
      4:25patterns if you enjoyed this tutorial please thumbs up share and subscribe

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  3. Thank you for sharing. Soon as I can get a free chance to try this I will. Its very nice that you share these stitches with us and take the time to make the videos. Thank you with love Janice

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  4. What a neat stitch! After a year and a half of trying to crochet, I'm still very much a beginner and really appreciate the video tutorial. =)

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  6. Love your video and can't wait to try this stitch

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  7. HOw many stitches do you need in your foundation line ?

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    1. you can chain it as long as you want , it is in the multiply of ch 2's.

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  8. This is a very pretty stitch. Thanks for your instructions. Also I love your Nightingale Button Scarf, Chunky Cowl.

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  9. Ms. Olivia, Your video is very easy to understand , and Thank you for doing it.

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  10. thank you for your easy to follow tutorial..its a bit different to Maladora's one which came out very soft and floppy with an open weave..I want to try your version now! As soon as I heard your accent I wondered because it sounded familiar and yet not...so I headed to your profile page and yes I was right!!! You still have a tinge of South Africa in your voice.Thank you for sharing your talent and enjoyment for crochet with us.

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