8 Different Crochet Stitches to Learn Free eBook (Volume I)


8 Different Crochet Stitches to Learn Free eBook (Volume I)

Learn some new stitches with step-by-step tutorials to guide you!


8 Different Crochet Stitches Vol 1
8 Different Crochet Stitches Vol 1

You’re an old pro at all your favorite stitches. You tend to stick to the ones you know, and that’s totally OK because your scarves are beautiful, and everyone loves your sweaters. But it does get a little, well, boring sometimes doing the same stitch over and over again. For as much or as little as you have been crocheting, have you ever been bold enough to learn how to crochet something new? It’s time to learn.

With this new free book, 8 Different Crochet Stitches: Learn to Crochet Something New with Free Crochet Patterns, you can learn to crochet in new and exciting ways, simply by switching up your stitch. No matter how long you’ve been crocheting, there’s always something new that you can learn. By mastering these different crochet stitches, you will expand your crocheting horizons. You’ll be able to make new, fabulous scarves and hats as well as update those sweaters that are wonderful but now a little old. These crochet instructions are super simple to follow; they will make learning how to crochet easy and painless.

Whether you're a crochet novice or a more seasoned crafter, you'll be able to tackle these stitches by following the simple step-by-step photo guides. From an adorable and simple picot edging to the gorgeously textured crocodile stitch, these lovely crochet stitches will be just what you need to spice up your crochet projects. 

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Crochet Stitches
With this awesome collection of new stitches, you can teach yourself a new technique and crochet your way to new scarves, afghans, and so much more. These crochet stitches will help you learn to crochet all those patterns that you’ve seen but didn’t know how to create. Take a few hours each week to practice each one of these stitches, and you’ll be on your way to being a master crocheter in no time.

Each of these tutorials will teach you a new skill for crocheting. You’ll be able to follow along with many of the patterns’ step-by-step instructions, making it super easy for you to learn how to make each stitch perfect. There is nothing super difficult in this free eBook; whether you are a beginner or expert, you will be to handle these stitches with relative ease. It’s perfect for anyone looking to expand their skills. Crafting and crochet is always an on-going process; there’s always some way to improve your skills. 

Learn Tunisian Crochet (pg. 5) will show you how to create the Tunisian stitch, which is perfect for wallets, headbands, and other small items. This technically easy stitch is a great way to hone your skills, and it produces a dense and "squishy" fabric. This crochet stitch tutorial will show you how to start off with a Tunisian foundation row and then work both the forward and return passes of the Tunisian Simple Stitch (tss). 

The Vertical Crocodile Stitch (pg. 9) is another easy stitch that won’t take you long to understand. This stitch, resembling scales on a crocodile, will add a bit of flare and some fun texture to any pattern you add it to. Its twisting, circular design is a fun stitch to learn. This stitch can also look like petals on a flower, which makes it one of the most versatile skills to learn and will set you on a path to working up everything from edgy scale designs to delicate floral pieces.

The next stitch you’ll learn to master is the Picot Stitch (pg. 12). This is usually used as an edge for a finished product; it’s perfect for adding a little something extra to your sweater or scarf or even a hat. The included instructions for this crochet stitch include ways to make a small picot, a medium picot stitch, and even a bauble-ended picot stitch. The possibilities for this simple technique are endless! 

How to Crochet Tutorials
Learn how to crochet with tutorials to take the stress off yourself. These crochet tutorials are tailored to make sure anyone can easily learn the techniques, and you won't be pulling out your hair—or knots in your crochet. These stitches will introduce a fresh element to your crochet patterns, and they are all organized here in one handy eBook.

One of the best tutorials we have on AllFreeCrochet is the How to Crochet a Crazy Shell Stitch tutorial, which we include in this free eBook on page 17. This step-by-step instruction on how to crochet this basic stitch will help you master this technique in only a few tries. The shell stitch is a simple technique that looks more complicated than it is, so definitely keep on practicing for a fun design element that will really spice up any pattern you work on. 

Another great tutorial in this free eBook is How to Crochet with Hairpin Lace (pg. 24). This pattern is definitely for those who are a little more experienced and confident crafters. This crochet pattern requires a hairpin lace loom, which you can find at your local craft store. It looks like two metal sticks with cross braces, and while it looks complicated, you're sure to get the hang of it quickly! Once you have mastered it, you will be able to work up gorgeous and intricate designs.

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patterns that say "print" aren't printing

Hi lgdupuy, To print this PDF, you'll need to download it first. Then, you can print our entire eBook. The button to download this is right below the main image. I hope that helps! Julia, editor of AllFreeCrochet

I learnt to crochet a few months ago and having mastered the basics am looking for something new, I would like to do some hairpin lace crochet and am looking for an easy scarf or wrap to try, any suggestions on a starter pattern?

Tried this craft? What did you think?

i have been crocheting for only 2 days and wanting some easy baby patterns to do for a newborn girl

Will it be a throw, blanket or table runner?

I am looking for a baby blanket pattern that I have misplaced. I made the blanket many years ago. It was double crocheted in white. Then I crocheted a long chain stitch in three different colors and weaved each chain through the double crochet (V stitch ???). Tied fringed around the blanket. Do you know if you have the pattern??? I made this blanket many years ago. It was very easy to crochet.

Hello Darla, Unfortunately, I could not locate the blanket based on your description. However, you can use the search bar at the top of our site to look for "Cuddle Soft Baby Blanket." I believe that blanket might be very similar, except it has no fringe. Best of luck to you! Jesse, editor of AllFreeCrochet.com

That sounds like an afghan zig zag. It's a long chain stitch then you turn around and do ten single crochets the skip two chains then start another ten crochets to make a point. Which once the blanket was done I put fringe on the points.

Check Red Heart, Coats and clark and Lion Brand. I saw the pattern you are talking about on one of those sites.

I love to crochet....I want to learn all I can...Please help me

but I am very keen to try these new stitches to me. Thank you very much for the free ebook.

great will be a great hit this summer

I have tried to print so many of your all free patterns and there are always lines missing from the patterns. How can I get to you and get you to answer me on this matter? I get tired of wasting paper and having to try to fill in the missing lines. Thank you and the sooner the better.

Hi, Thank you for your message. We suggest that you go to the page and highlight the text, then right-click on it. You'll get a window that gives you the option to "copy." Do that, and then paste the text into a word document. You should be able print that document that way. Another option is to highlight exactly what you would like to be printed. Then, select print from your drop-down menu, and change your print range from all to selection. I hope this helps! -editors of AllFreeCrochet

I want to try it soon.i know ill luv it

I love the clear and easily read instructions and the clear pictures. I am a seasoned chrocheter but I wanted the proper clear instructions to correct my hair pin lace and to learn the rasberry stitch

The "free" download is not readable. I can neither save it or open it to view it. Ver7y disappointing.

You DO know that the videos in PDF books which are downloaded are NOT available to be watched, right? This free book has a couple of such videos, which are NOT available to be viewed.....so disappointed! So, WRITTEN instructions, please, or a website where these can e watched?

How do I PRINT free patterns.

Hi Helen, Thank you for your message. This is one of our free downloadable eBooks, available as a PDF document. To download any PDF, you will need to have Adobe installed on your computer if you do not already (it is free). For downloading instructions, please see Adobes website here: http://get.adobe.com/reader/ - editors of AllFreeCrochet

i need to get some patrens please

i need to get the pateren

Thank you !!

thank you really i love it


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