Learn How to Wattle Stitch


I know it has a funny sounding name, but that doesn't mean there is any reason you shouldn't try to Learn How to Wattle Stitch your next crochet design. With such a helpful photo tutorial, you have all the assistance you'll need when figuring out this unique crochet stitch. Following this tutorial will be a great idea, whether you're working up a granny square, crochet dishcloth, or anything similar. Every day is a good day to learn how to work up new crochet stitches.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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One of the nice things about working up these eight inch swatches is that theyre actually large enough to be useful is thats what you choose to do. They are also pretty forgiving since you dont have to pull out so much yarn if you do make a mistake. This designer explains the single pattern row step by step with a series of well executed photos. Im sure there are plenty of videos out there, but in this instance, I prefer the photos.

I love learning new stitches and this Learn How to Wattle Stitch is very interesting and easy to do. I like that the tutorial has photos to show how the stitches will work and turn out. After reading and looking at this tutorial I think this will make for a nice strong dish cloth done in cotton yarn. There are so many ideas that can use this stitch for the cold winter months as well. The 3 stitch pattern is nice looking and will make a thick pattern. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet tutorial.

The wattle stitch might not be very fancy, but what the stitch might lack in pizzazz, it makes up for it in warmth. If you're looking for a stitch to make a baby blanket, or a stitch to make a scarf, this might be it. It lacks holes, which are sometimes prevalent in crochet stitches. A scarf or blanket would be so nice and warm!

The name is fine! Don't forget that wattle is Australia's national flower!

I did not know this. Now I'll have to go look this up. Wonder if it can grow in the US?


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