10 Beautiful 2 Color Crochet Stitch Patterns To Produce Great Projects
This is a collection of 2 color crochet stitch patterns you must try, they produce beautiful crochet fabric using a combination of two colors.
Putting colors together in your crochet projects can be very tricky at times. That is one of the reasons why some crocheters tend to stick to single color crochet projects.
However, these 2 color crochet stitches are beautiful for that very reason. They use a combination of 2 colors to make an aesthetically pleasing pattern.
The contrast of two colors in a project often makes the pattern pop and add interesting look and texture.
How do you crochet with two colors?
There are a few different ways how you can crochet with 2 colors. Some of them are beginner friendly, others are more advanced.
With these techniques you are likely to be required change colors a few times in the same row or round.
Other techniques such as mosaic crochet do not require color changes within the same row, therefore they are slightly easier.
There are certain crochet stitches that depend on using two colors for the pattern to work. You can see some examples below.
Other stitch patterns do not rely on having contrasting colors for them to work, however they might look and stand out better.
10 Beautiful 2 Color Crochet Stitch Patterns
Here are some of the most popular 2 color crochet stitches that create beautiful patterns. You can use these stitches for modern makes such as garments or homewares.
2 Color Houndstooth Crochet Stitch
This is a classic stitch pattern that never go out of style and look great for any occasion.
It’s a reversible stitch which is super fun to crochet. It is an easy to crochet stitch that uses 2 colors.
It doesn’t matter if you are a beginner or an experienced crocheter, you will be able to master this stitch.
You can use this stitch pattern for all types of projects like scarves, blankets, hats, bags…
Check out the houndstooth stitch tutorial.
Larksfoot Crochet Stitch
This is an easy 2 color crochet stitch that only requires basic crochet stitches.
If you can double crochet and chain, you are good to go! You could use single color for this stitch. However I absolutely love how this stitch looks when you use 2 colors.
I have used this stitch in one of my crochet sweater designs! If you would like to put it into practice, check out Montana Crochet Sweater.
For the larksfoot stitch tutorial, CLICK HERE.
2 Color Crochet Lava Stitch
The Lava Stitch is an easy 2 color crochet stitch pattern. It uses basic crochet stitches like single crochet.
It creates some light texture on a background of single crochets. Gorgeous on both sides, it’s great for many projects such as blankets, home décor, shawls etc.
CLICK HERE for the tutorial.
Tunisian Crochet Worked In Round With 2 Colors
This Tunisian crochet tutorial will explain how you can work with two colors in a round.
It creates a stunning crochet fabric you can use for cowl and scarves.
You will need double ended Tunisian Crochet hook. It might look a little intimidating, however once you get the hang of it, it will be great fun.
Follow THIS in depth tutorial to walk you through this technique!
Diamond Waffle 2 Color Crochet Stitch
This stitch is absolutely amazing and creates a stunning fabric! It looks dramatic when using 2 different contrasting colors.
You start out with a base of single and double crochet stitch rows. Then you will begin working front post treble stitches around the single crochet stitches from row 1.
Check out THIS TUTORIAL to help you understand the construction.
Crochet Heart Stitch
The crochet heart stitch is a great way to play with color. Clever placement of stitches and color changes results in a fabric that looks like it has little hearts in a row.
It would look lovely as a blanket or a cushion cover in your child’s bedroom or make a sweet gift for a Valentine’s Day.
You can check out this 2 color crochet stitch BY FOLLOWING THIS LINK.
Catherine Wheel Stitch Tutorial
This is a great crochet stitch that stands out particularly well when using 2 colors.
The contrasting color make the wheel really pop out. The series of cluster stitches that create the stitch are worked in same color for 2 rows. Then you switch to the other color.
FOLLOW THIS LINK to learn this beautiful stitch.
This stitch is a beautiful combination of colors and different stitches. Together they create a tulip like stitch that just calls for spring projects!
Use this stitch for a spring themed home decor items like blankets or cushion covers.
CLICK HERE for the 2 color crochet stitch tutorial.
2 Color Brick Crochet Stitch
The texture of this stitch is simple but the two colors make it so much more interesting.
It creates almost brick like look for your crochet project.
It is beginner friendly as the main fabric is created using single crochet stitch. The vertical bars are then created with crochet front post stitches that sit on top of the fabric.
THIS WEBSITE has the full tutorial.
Easy 2 Color Crochet Stitch
This two color crochet stitch is pretty versatile, you can use it for any project.
You could make a quick and easy scarf or blanket by using two contrasting colors of yarn.
This is a great project if you are looking to practice your stitches.
FOLLOW THIS LINK for the stitch tutorial.
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