Crochet Waffle Stitch

crochet waffle stitch

The Waffle stitch is quite easy, at least once you figured out the edging. All you have to do is to pay attention to the beginning of row 2 and 3 and you will be fine. The Waffle stitch uses a FRONT POST Double Crochet stitch (FPDC). It is called a Front post as it pushes the stitch to the front as you can see.

The first thing you have to do is to make a chain that is divided by 3. In my case 15. Then you have to add 4 extra chain for edging. I made 19 chains all up.

Row 1. Ch 19, turn, 1 dc in 3rd chain from hook, 1 dc in each dc to end. All up 18 dc. Turn.

Row 2. Ch 2, 1 FPDC in next dc, 1 dc in next dc, *1 FPDC in next 2 dc, 1 dc in next dc*, rep between ** to end, end with 1 dc in turning chain (or ch 2 in later rows). Turn.

Row 3. Ch 2, 1 dc in next 2 dc, *1 FPDC in next dc, 1 dc in next 2 dc*, rep between ** to end. Turn.

Repeat row 2 and 3 until you have the desired length.

How I used this Waffle Stitch to Crochet Very Cool Barbie Boots

Click here to get the Free Barbie Boots Pattern using Waffle Stitch. To make this pattern, you will use a small crochet hook (1.9 mm) and 100 % cotton blue yarn. :) Doesn’t she look like a Million Dollar Babe :). You can get this full pattern here.

How to Enjoy Crochet to the Fullest

The Best Way to enjoy Crochet to the Fullest is to work on Projects you ENJOY ;) No more Boring Projects haha. I enjoy Amigurumi the most, but I have to say, Hairpin Crochet also gives me immense JOY.

Whats New in 2020

I am doing a Course in how to make Felt Animals. YAYYY. I will let you know how I go. I always wanted to learn how to Felt.

Have fun crocheting!

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