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How to Crochet the Crocodile Stitch: Crocodile Stitch Patterns

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Learning how to crochet the crocodile stitch has been a hot commodity lately. This crochet stitch is not only beautiful but it can turn your entire project into an art piece. The layered effect almost brings your project to life no matter what you're working up. You can either use the regular crocodile stitch or you can learn how to crochet the vertical crocodile stitch. Follow the step by step crochet instructions provided in this tutorial.
 

Crocodile stitch crochet patterns are great to add a bit of flare to your project. This look is modern, yet chic and can give the look of sophistication. Any crocodile stitch pattern will give your crochet design just the right amount of texture and will fancy up any crochet crocodile stitch bag or simple scarf.
 

In order to perfect your project it's easiest to keep everything in groups of six (six chains at a time). To start your project you need to pinch and chain 3 then start your first stitch where you pinched. The crocodile stitch is not worked on the top layer, but it's worked on the posts, which is the foundation of your project. Keep in mind that jumping stitches can be difficult so if you're just learning how to crochet the crocodile stitch then it might be best to go slow.
 

Michael Sellick of The Crochet Crowd has put together a fabulous video tutorial on how to crochet the crocodile stitch. Once you watch and learn how, continue reading for some amazing crocodile stitch patterns.

 

Now that you know how to crochet the crocodile stitch, let's look at some crocodile stitch patterns!

Crocodile Stitch Scarf
Crochet Crocodile Stitch Bag
My Favorite Crocodile Stitch Patterns

Crocodile Stitch Scarf

Colorful Rio Scarf

  1. Twisted Crocodile Stitch Keyhole Scarf - Warm Alpaca yarn was used to work up this scarf pattern. This is a great scarf to sport during the winter season.
  2. Colorful Rio Scarf - Flaunt this scarf around town as its vibrant colors are sure to get you looks of envy.

Crochet Crocodile Stitch Bag

Crocodile Clutch Purse

  1. Crocodile Stitch Purse - This is a fabulous fashion piece you can carry with you for just about any occasion.
  2. Crocodile Clutch Purse - A purse like this is super cute to use during the spring as the colors are nice and bright.
  3. Crocodile on the Beach Bag - Everyone needs a beach bag when going to the beach. Three to four beach towels can fit.

My Favorite Crocodile Stitch Patterns

  1. Crocodile Stitch Adult Hat
  2. Crocodile Stitch Bracelet
  3. Crocodile Stitch Christmas Tree
  4. Crocodile Flip Flops
  5. Sweet Princess Cocoon-ghan

 

 

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Oct 18, 2014

very impressed

 

Apr 19, 2014

presented well like it I will start my project soon

 

14 Ratings

Mar 3, 2014

I have watched your vids and like them, this is the first time on All Free Crochet, and was happy to see you here, Thank you for all your teachings. :)

 

Sep 13, 2013

I am so pleased to have found your tutorial!! I have a gorgeous pattern for baby shoes with a crocodile stitch but the instructions are not clear and I was beginning to despair of ever making them properly. Your detailed instructions and clear video have given me fresh enthusiasm. thank you

 

Aug 21, 2013

I like it, great instructions

 

Jul 22, 2013

Very nice tutorial. Easy to understand. I had a few questions though. What happens to the work if you do not chain one at the bottom of the scale? Also, would it not help keep the work more solid if instead of chain one at the top, you slip stitch into the unused space? Then when doing a foundation row you needn't worry about getting the scale portion on the hook. Thank you!

 

May 3, 2013

I love the tutorials. Mike is very clear with his instructions and very easy to follow. He goes into just enough detail to remember how to do what he is teaching. Mike is a very good teacher! I think I can now do the stitch without any problems and can't wait to use the yarn he demonstrated with. I have had it for some time and did not have any idea what to do with it.

 

Mar 10, 2013

What do you mean when you say pinch.

 

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