Crochet Stitch Patterns

Want to learn a variety of crochet stitches and crochet stitch patterns? If so, I’m really glad you found this page. I’m excited to share bunches of free stitch tutorials with you. If you want even more stitches than the ones I’ve posted, I’ve also shared links giving you the head’s up about my favorite crochet stitch dictionaries.

Historical & Vintage Crochet Stitches

These are stitches that I discovered in vintage crochet pattern books, and I posted tutorials for them online so that they would be accessible to a wider audience.

How to Crochet a Puff Stitch — Free Instructions

Afghan Stitch Instructions

Tunisian Knit Stitch Instructions

Shell Stitch Instructions

Crochet Stitches I Designed and Posted Online

I may not have been the first one to discover these stitches, but at least I can say that I never saw them anywhere else before having written them down.

Lacy Interrupted V Stitch

V Stitch in Brick Repeat

Puff Lace Stitch With Half Double Crochet Vs

Staggered Spike Stitch Stripes

More Crochet Stitches

Knitting and Crochet Stitches

All About Puff Stitch

Crochet Stitch Dictionaries

  • Crochet Stitch Dictionary by Sarah Hazell — This is the ultimate stitch dictionary for any crochet enthusiast who appreciates having symbol crochet charts, lots of color pictures, and written instructions — all in the same book. I find the photography in this book really inspiring, and I refer to this book often when I am crocheting and designing.

    This is also an excellent book for beginners; it starts at the beginning, with clear, helpful explanations of each of the basic stitches and many of the foundational crochet techniques you need to get started.

  • Triple Play Pattern Stitches — I adore this beautiful, slim volume of colorful crochet stitch patterns. The author, Darla Sims, has shown you three different variations of each stitch, crocheted in three different colorways. I find this book to be a real time-saver when I’m trying to visualize how various stitches would look in different colors. Instead of crocheting bunches of different swatches, I can just refer to this book, pick a variation, and get started on my project idea.