Free Video Tutorial On How To Crochet Grit Stitch
This is a free video tutorial on how to crochet grit stitch – super easy and subtly textured crochet stitch. It is suitable for various projects from homewares to garments.
Crochet grit stitch is such a fantastic stitch to have in your stitch dictionary! It is an easy combination of basic crochet stitches that creates a subtle texture without any extra effort.
The only stitches you need to master is single and double crochet stitches. The crochet grit stitch is so fun and easy to memorize.
How do you crochet grit stitch?
As I mentioned above, the crochet grit stitch uses basic crochet stitches – single and double crochet.
To create the grit stitch, you will alternate single and double crochet on Row 1.
On Row 2, you will then work double crochet into single crochet from previous row, and single crochet into each double crochet from previous row.
It might sound a little confusing, however once you get the swatch onto your hook, you will master the crochet grit stitch on no time.
In simple terms, you will work sc, dc, sc, dc on Row 1 and dc, sc, dc, sc on Row 2. You can then simply work as many sets of these two rows as you need to complete your chosen project.
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Crochet Grit Stitch Video Tutorial
I have filmed a quick video tutorial on how to crochet this super easy textured stitch. Check out the video tutorial below and subscribe to my YouTube channel!
The scarf in the video uses Knitcrate Audine Wools Mellow in Cordial. I used 2 skeins for the scarf.
It is great choice of stitch for a scarf as it is completely reversible. It creates the same lovely subtle texture on both sides of the scarf.
Here are written instructions on how to crochet grit stitch. Sometimes, you might come across different names for this stitch.
It is sometimes referred to as lemon peel stitch or griddle stitch.
If you wanted to use this stitch in a project, you will need to start with multiples of 2 + 2.
Stitches and abbreviations used (in US crochet terms)
ch – chain
sc – single crochet
dc – double crochet
sts – stitches
beg – beginning
prev – previous
For a quick swatch, chain 12.
Row 1: starting in 2nd ch from hook, 1 sc, 1 dc in next st, * 1 sc in next, 1 dc in next; repeat from * across ending last repeat with sc, turn. [11 sts]
Row 2: 3 ch (counts as 1st dc throughout), * 1 sc in next dc, 1 dc in next sc; repeat from * across, turn.
Row 3: 1 ch, 1 sc in first dc, * 1 dc in next sc, 1 sc in next dc; repeat from * across working the last sc into top of beg 3 ch from prev row, turn.
Repeat Rows 2 & 3 for the pattern.
I hope you enjoyed this herringbone double crochet stitch tutorial. I have more free crochet tutorials that you might enjoy right here on the blog.
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