How to Crochet the V-Stitch (Video Tutorial)


How to Crochet the V-Stitch (Video Tutorial)

The v crochet stitch has an elegant and delicate look about it. A great stitch to add luxury to any crochet project.

How to Crochet the V-Stitch
How to Crochet the V-Stitch

The V crochet stitch is a truly gorgeous pattern that you can easily master once you know how to do the double crochet stitch. This V-Stitch Crochet Video Tutorial will take you step-by-step through the super simple process. Most versions of the crochet v-stitch just use two double crochets and a chain stitch.

This specific crochet stitch is also perfect for use in a variety of projects and patterns if you want to try out something new! Plus, it can add a very lightweight and breezy style to a scarf or hat, so that you can wear your crochet project all year round! 

Our video tutorial will explain in detail how to do the v stitch and if that's not enough, we've stepped out the instructions with photos so that you can go at your own pace. Basically, if you can double crochet, then you can crochet v stitches!

Note: This tutorial is left-handed but right-handed crocheters can still follow the movements and do it with the opposite hands. Or head on over to our sister site, AllFreeCrochetAfghanPatterns, to check out their right-handed Crochet V-Stitch Tutorial.

Click play on the video below and then scroll down for our written tutorial.


Materials List

  • Yarn of choice
  • Crochet hook of choice

V-Stitch Crochet Video Tutorial

How to Crochet the V-Stitch:


  • Click on any image to enlarge.
  • Choosing a lightweight yarn works well for the v-stitch because it results in a lacy, delicate design.

  1. To do a v stitch row, chain three from your previous row. The chain three will count as one stitch, so skip your second stitch.

  2. Yarn over, insert your hook into the stitch. Yarn over and pull through the stitch.

  3. Finish your double crochet stitch by yarning over and pulling through two, then yarning over and pulling through two more.

  4. To make this stitch a v stitch, you simply chain one and do another double crochet in the same stitch. You've now completed one v stitch! 

  5. Skip the next two stitches and repeat this process along your entire row.

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