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Block Stitch Crochet

Block Stitch Crochet

Welcome, my dear reader. Today we want to bring you a new pattern that is very interesting and looks magnificent. It’s the adorable Block Stitch Crochet pattern, a lovely stitch that will make a beautiful design perfect for any project.

The block stitch crochet pattern is a versatile and visually appealing technique that has gained popularity among crochet enthusiasts. It creates a textured look made up of rectangular blocks or groups of dots, giving your projects a unique and attractive look.

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Whether you’re a beginner or an expert, block stitch offers endless creative possibilities and can be used to make blankets, scarves, tea towels and more. The level for executing this pattern is beginner and you can play with the colors to create stunning geometric designs or keep it simple with a single color for a sleek, textured finish.



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It’s relatively easy to learn and is an excellent choice for crocheters looking to add dimension and personality to their projects. It typically consists of alternating stitches of double crochets and chains, which create the distinct blocks.

To begin, let’s start by chaining a multiple of 3+2 stitches to set up the baseline. From there, we will do a double crochet in the desired stitch, followed by a chain stitch and then another double crochet in the same stitch, creating the block. This sequence is repeated throughout the row, with chain stitches to separate the blocks. The result is a beautifully textured piece that can be further enhanced by experimenting with different types of yarn and color combinations.


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One of the most attractive features of the block stitch pattern is its adaptability. You can adjust the size of the blocks by varying the number of double crochets and chain stitches within each block, allowing you to create different visual effects. Additionally, the pattern can be used in combination with other stitches to produce complex designs.

Some crocheters use the block stitch as a background for appliqués or embroidery, adding a touch of whimsy and personalization to their projects. Whether you’re looking for a classic, minimalist aesthetic or a more complex, colorful design, the block stitch pattern can accommodate your creative vision.

The block stitch crochet pattern is suitable for a wide variety of projects, making it a valuable addition to your crochet repertoire. It’s a great option for creating cozy throws with a touch of elegance or durable kitchen towels with a textured surface for effective scrubbing. You can also adapt the block stitch for scarves, shawls and even clothing, providing endless opportunities to express your style and creativity.

As you become more familiar with this pattern, you’ll discover how to combine it with other crochet techniques to create even more complex and striking pieces. With the block stitch, your crochet projects will really stand out and catch the attention of admirers.


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Block Stitch Crochet


Block Stitch Crochet Pattern

Step 1: Foundation

  • Start by making a chain of the length you want.
  • Then, make a double crochet (DC) into the 5th chain from your hook.
  • Continue making DC stitches into each chain across.

If you plan to change the colors, do so now (and after each step).

Step 2: Row 2

  • You don’t need to make another chain. Just turn your work.
  • Begin with a single crochet (SC) into the first stitch.
  • SC in the space between the two DC from the previous row.
  • Chain 2, skip 3 stitches, then SC in the space between the two DC from the previous row.
  • Repeat this pattern until you reach the end of the row.
  • Finish with a SC in the turning chain.

Step 3: Row 3

  • Chain 3 (this counts as a DC).
  • Put 3 DC stitches into the chain 2 space from the row below.
  • Repeat this pattern across.
  • Finish with a DC in the last stitch.

Step 4: Row 4

  • No need to make another chain. Just turn your work.
  • Start with an SC into the first stitch.
  • SC in the space between the two DC from the previous row.
  • Chain 2, skip 3 stitches, then SC in the space between the DC from the previous row.
  • Repeat this pattern until you reach the end of the row.
  • Finish with a SC in the turning chain.

Step 5: Repeat Rows 3 and 4

  • Keep repeating Rows 3 and 4 until your project reaches the length you want.

Step 6: Finishing

  • When you’re done, tie off and make sure to secure any loose ends.
  • Your Block Stitch crochet project is now complete!



Dear reader, we always like to make a video tutorial available to help you execute the techniques required in the pattern. Even though it is a beginner level, there are those who like and even prefer this method of learning. We always like to give options to our readers who follow our blog and we also reinforce and encourage them to watch the video tutorial, in it you can learn new techniques and also familiarize yourself with the pattern before even trying to do it, as you will understand the movements better , like changing color or making some stitches. We’ve put together this incredible video tutorial from the Hopeful Honey channel and we hope you like it! Watch below:




The Block Stitch pattern remains a beloved classic in the crochet world. With its uncomplicated yet visually striking design and imaginative customization possibilities, it serves as a flexible option suitable for crocheters of all levels, whether beginners or experienced. Whether you’re creating a warm throw, a chic shawl, or sophisticated home ornaments, the Block Stitch pattern is sure to infuse your crochet projects with a lasting sense of grace.

What did you think of this magnificent pattern? Send it to your 5 best contacts right now and tell us in the comments which project you want to do using this adorable crochet stitch.
Now, let’s do what we do best: Crochet! Have a great day, see you soon. XoXo

One thought on “Block Stitch Crochet

  • Lyn MacCarty

    This is an excellent tutorial! How doo ok I subscribe?


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