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Learn to Crochet the Moss Stitch with This Video Tutorial! – YarnHookNeedles

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If you have been here any length of time, then you know I LOVE a simple crochet stitch!

Sometimes it is nice to work with a stitch pattern which doesn’t require counting. You can just sit, count out your chain stitches and then get to crocheting!

The crochet moss stitch definitely meets this criteria. Not only is it super simple, it is also full of visual texture and is a stitch that works up to create a more “closed” looking stitch. It isn’t as porous as a lot of the crochet stitches out there!

Needing to work-up a quick project? Use this stitch to create a lovely baby blanket, throw, set of kitchen rags and more!

Here is the written pattern:

CH an even number of Stitches

Row 1 – in the 4th CH from the hook place a SC, CH 1 and skip the next ST, * SC into the next ST, CH 1 and skip the next ST. Repeat from * all the way across. CH 2 and turn.

Row 2 – skip the first stitch and place a SC into the previous row’s CH 1 space. CH 1 and skip the next ST, * SC into the next ST, CH 1 and skip the next ST. Repeat from * all the way across. CH 2 and turn.

The remaining rows are a repeat of row 2. You will continue this repeat until your project is the length you desire! Weave in your ends and you are done!

Very simple right?

I have created a video tutorial for those who are more visual! You can head to the video below, watch, like it and subscribe to my YouTube channel!

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3 thoughts on “Learn to Crochet the Moss Stitch with This Video Tutorial! – YarnHookNeedles

  1. Hi! I absolutely love this blanket! I am teaching myself to crochet via youtube, so I’m a newbie. I have a question. In the pattern you say to use a size N hook. At Hobby Lobby, one brand said size N was 10mm. The Yarnology hook said size N was 9mm. I’m not sure which hook to use, 9mm or 10mm. Thanks so much!

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