How To: Crochet The Modified Sedge Stitch - Easy Tutorial

Golden skies, and warm summer days are the perfect excuse to grab a good book, blanket and a wide-brimmed sun hat and head to your closest field. In my opinion, there's nothing better than lying in a wild meadow, curling your toes in the green grass whilst enjoying a good read -  or starting work on that next exciting crochet project you've been dying to get at!

Inspired by my love of the great outdoors I couldn't help but want to share this fun stitch with you all... The ideal stitch to use while relaxing due to it's simple steps!

The Modified Sedge Stitch creates a dense yet gracefully textured design… Perfect to use when crocheting those cosy scarves and snuggly baby blankets, as this stitch is reversible and works up into a delightfully warm fabric!

Learning a new crochet stitch or technique is always such fun, don't you agree? If you're keen to challenge yourself this weekend, you're in luck as this helpful step-by-step video tutorial will guide you through all the necessary steps needed to learn the "Modified Sedge Stitch"; In an easy to follow speed!


Crochet Hook - 5.00mm (H/8)

st - stitch
ch – chain stitch

Chain in multiples of 2.

Row 1- Skip 1 ch, (1 sc, 1 dc) in 2nd ch from hook. *Skip 1 st, (1 sc, 1 dc) in next st. Repeat from the * all across. Turn your work.
Row 2- Ch1, skip 1st st, (1 sc, 1 dc) in next st. *Skip 1 st, (1 sc, 1 dc) in next st. Repeat from the * all across. Turn your work.

Row 2 until you reach your desired length.

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  1. Olivia, this is a like a Jackpot post for me, i was looking for the sedge stitch and the pattern for my next project and getting your blog is just like a dream come true. Thanks tons for sharing this.

  2. The colors and the texture together are a match made in heaven ��

  3. So are you doing one row into the sc and next row into the dc? Just want to be sure . Thanks in advance