Here is a crochet herringbone stitch tutorial, found in these mittens and ear warmer patterns, but also in my new cardigan pattern release! It’s a classic stitch that looks great on so many different crochet projects, and one of my all time favourites. It’s quick and relaxing too once you get into it.
The Hibiscus herringbone cardigan is available here.
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Crochet herringbone stitch tutorial
The grey blue yarn i’m using is James Brett Noodles Chunky – it’s so chunky and soft but doesn’t split, so perfect for practising swatches and frogging over and over!
- Chain (CH) any length
- Yarn over (YO) and pull up a loop from the 3rd CH from the hook – 3 loops on hook
- Pull the first loop through the 2nd loop – 2 loops on hook
- YO and pull through the first loop – 2 loops on hook
- YO and pull through both loops – 1 loop on hook
- Repeat this for the rest of the row
- CH2 and repeat for subsequent rows
Hope you find this tutorial helpful! Give one of the herringbone crochet patterns a go and let me know if you have any questions. I’ll be writing patterns in this stitch forever i’m sure!