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Wattle Stitch Tutorial

This wattle stitch tutorial is an easy way for beginners to visualize this stitch. The wattle stitch adds texture to your project by mixing basic stitches together. You can use any multiple of 3 to make your project as large, or small, as you would like. If you’d like to give it a try, the steps are below. If you’d like to skip the tutorial and just try out the stitch on your own, here is my wattle stitch afghan square to try it on (which can also double as a dishcloth).

Here are the steps to creating it:

1)  chain as many as desired (remember multiples of 3)

2)  skip 1st 2 chs (counts as sc), * (sc, ch1, dc) in next ch, skip next 2 ch, repeat from * across, sc in last ch, turn.

3)  ch1, sc in 1st sc, skip next dc, * (sc, ch1, dc) in ch1 sp, skip next sc & dc, repeat from * across, sc in last sc.

Repeat step 3.

The pics below show you exactly where you will be inserting the hook.

 

Crocheted Wattle Stitch

 

 
I’ve inserted the hook behind the wattle stitch from the previous row.
 

 

 
Crochet Wattle Stitch

 

 
You will be working into the ch1 space where the needle is pointing.
 

 

Ready for something bigger? To practice this on an actual project, CLICK HERE for my Wattle Stitch Afghan Square.
 

 

Happy Crocheting!

 



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