Feb
17

Crochet Seed Stitch

Crochet Seed Stitch: Ask Me Monday

Crochet Seed Stitch

This week on Ask Me Monday I show two ways to crochet half-double crochet Seed Stitch: in-the-round, and worked flat. This stitch is a great choice for home decor items, blankets, or mittens like those featured in the February YarnYAY! subscription box. 

Give the episode a watch, then practice with the swatches below. Oh, and don’t forget to bookmark this tutorial for future reference! 

 


This episode of Ask Me Monday is sponsored by Knitter’s PrideKnitPro

See more KP products during “Vic’s Tips” segments of The Knit Show!

Featured Products: Knitter’s Pride Waves Crochet Hooks

Knitter's Pride Waves Crochet Hook Set

 

 

Crochet Seed Stitch: Practice Swatches

MATERIALS

Worsted weight yarn

Size US 8/5mm Knitter’s Pride Waves crochet hook

 

ABBREVIATIONS

Crochet Seed Stitch: Two Ways How

DIRECTIONS

Crochet Seed Stitch: Swatch #1 Flat

Ch 20.

Row 1: Hdc in the 3rd ch from hook, and every ch to end. — 18 sts.

Rows 2-3: *FPhdc, BPhdc; rep from * to end.

Rep Rows 2-3 until piece measures 4″/10 cm from beg edge.

Fasten off.

 

Crochet Seed Stitch: In -the-Round

Crochet Seed Stitch: Swatch #2 In-the-Round

Ch 20. Join rnd with a sl st in beg-ch, taking care not to twist.

Rnd 1: Ch 2 (counts as hdc), hdc in every ch around. — 20 sts

Rnd 2: Ch 2 (counts as FPhdc), *BPhdc, FPhdc; rep from * to last st, BPhdc in last st; join rnd with a sl st in the BACK loop of beg-ch (this will push the stitch forward).

Rnd 3: Ch 2 (counts as BPhdc), *FPhdc, BPhdc; rep from * to last st, FPhdc in last st; join rnd with a sl st in the top of beg-ch.

Rep Rows 2-3, four times more.

Last Rnd: Ch 2 (counts as hdc), hdc in every ch around.

Fasten off.

 

Crochet Seed Stitch: Put Your Skills to Work

Make the crochet version of the Convertible Mitts from February’s YarnYAY! Subscribe now!

Crochet Seed Stitch Convertible Mitts by Vickie Howell for YarnYAY!

Convertible Mitts by Vickie Howell for YarnYAY! (February ’20 box)

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