This stitch has a rich texture and it’s an easy one to master!
The crochet wattle stitch is perfect for those projects that you really want to sink into — afghans and blankets for instance. It’s got a warm and cozy texture and it’s also reversible too, which is especially advantageous for scarves and cowls. You’ll likely find many a use for this beautiful stitch in your crocheting. And not least, it produces a fabric that’s also got a wonderful stretch to it.
Thanks to a fantastic and free video tutorial by crochet designer and blogger Olivia Kent of Hopeful Honey you can add this stitch to your skill set easily. Not only will you get her excellent video instruction, but she also provides some very helpful written instructions as well. You’ll be on your way to using this fabulous stitch in your crochet projects in no time!
And for even more free video and photo tutorials for crochet stitches and techniques be sure to scroll down for the links to previous features here at Crochet Maze!
As always, happy crocheting!
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