How to Crochet: Crocodile Stitch Tutorial
Learn everyone's favorite stitch with the How to Crochet Crocodile Stitch Tutorial. The crocodile stitch is a fan favorite for a reason it's so unique! This stitch looks like crocodile scales or even, if you have a good imagination, like dragon scales. Any crochet blanket would look amazing made out of this creative crochet stitch. There are quite a few on this site and all you need is a hook and some worsted weight yarn. The yarn used in the video is a variegated yarn with rainbow colors, which produces a fun effect with the crocodile stitch.
Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)
The crocodile stitch is such a unique stitch, it brightens up even the most simple of accessories. Whether you use it to add a few rows here and there to a baby blanket for some added texture, or you use it to make a crochet baby blanket in its entirety, the crocodile stitch won't let you down. These three crochet blanket patterns all use the crocodile stitch pattern in various ways, and each one is stunning and stands out. Now that you know how to work the stitch, start crocheting your own blanket today!
Crocodile Rock Crochet Baby Blanket - Rows of pink and blue crocodile stitches pop out against the softness of the white background for this easy baby blanket. Subtle texture and a gender-neutral color scheme makes this a perfect baby shower present.
Princess Crocodile Stitch Blanket - A subtle crocodile stitch pattern, worked up in a soft mint shade, makes this baby blanket the perfect crib blanket for your little princess. The simple ribbon woven around the border adds a soft feminine touch as well.
Ruby and Emerald Crocodile Stitch Blanket - Worked completely in the crocodile stitch with rows of alternating colors, this crochet blanket will definitely keep you warm in the winter.
What would you make with the crocodile stitch?
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