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The Wattle Stitch, is one of the newest stitches that I have learned to crochet. And, all I can say, is that I absolutely love it!!! Who knew you could make so much texture in a project by just alternating 3 different stitches.

Find the written, picture and video tutorials below!

Here’s what it looks like –

Swatch of the wattle stitch crocheted in aqua blue

This sample was worked up in a 100% cotton yarn.

Here is what it looks like worked up in an acrylic yarn –

It has such a pretty look and texture that it would make a great stitch to use for so many different things. Like baby blankets, hats, scarves….even washcloths!

Did I mention that it’s also a super easy stitch? After the first row, it’s just a 1 row repeat, how easy is that!?

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  2. Granny Stripe Stitch
  3. Bean Stitch
  4. Bobble Stitch

I have included the written tutorial, along with some pictures and a full video tutorial for this stitch! If you enjoy my tutorials, please be sure to SUBSCRIBE to my Youtube Channel! Thank you so much for your support!


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Things you will need:

  • (Any yarn with corresponding hook will work.)
  • Scissors
  • Yarn Needle

Abbreviation / Stitch Key:

How to Crochet the Wattle Stitch –

This stitch can be started by chaining any Multiple of 3.

I started mine by chaining 21

Row 1: in the 3rd chain from your hook, work (sc, ch 1, dc) in same st, * sk 2 ch st, (sc, ch 1, dc) in next st* repeat * to * across until you reach last 3 stitches, sk 2 st, sc in very last st

Row 2: ch 1, t, *sk next sc, dc, (sc, ch 1, dc) in ch 1 sp* repeat across, sc in very last st

Continue repeating row 2 for as many rows as you’d like! And that is how easy it is to crochet the Wattle Stitch!

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  1. Thank you so much for the tutorials. I haven’t been crocheting for very long so this is very helpful.