Hi everyone! Here with the next episode of my new series, Stitch Dictionary – the place where you can find tons of new, unique stitches to try!
For each of these stitch swatches, I’ll be working up an 11 x 11″ swatch in Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick in varying colors, eventually joining my swatches together to form a Stitch Dictionary Throw blanket!
Follow along and make your swatches with me.
Today’s episode is the Moss Stitch, a versatile stitch best used with several different colors. It works up fast and is easy to learn.
My favorite thing about the moss stitch is its color changes and interlocking look. It looks so much more intricate than it really is!
Watch the video to see how I make it, or just follow the written instructions below.
Ch an even number of sts
Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook, Ch 1, skip 1, repeat across, change color (don’t break first color yarn), Ch 1, turn
Row 2: Sc in Ch space, Ch 1, skip 1, repeat across, change color (don’t break second color yarn), Ch 1, turn
Row 3: Repeat Row 2, change color back to 1st color, picking up still attached working yarn, Ch 1, turn
Repeat Row 2 until desired length, changing color every row.
*Note: Your rows should always end with a Sc.
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What will you crochet with the griddle stitch? Comment below!