Wildflower Stitch Crochet Free Pattern and Video Tutorial

Learn to crochet the wildflower stitch pattern with this easy-to-follow written pattern and video tutorial.

Below you will find the complete pattern, instructional photos, and video tutorial for the crochet wildflower stitch.

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The Wildflower Stitch?

This is not an official crochet stitch but a stitch pattern or stitch combination that I created and named. I thought the double crochet grouping kind of looked like a flower field and I hope to make a striped blanket sometime to show this better.

The Wildflower stitch uses the chain, single crochet, and double crochet to create this pretty 4-row repeat stitch.

What to use it for?

Projects that would look lovely with this crochet stitch include:

– Bags
– Swimming Suit Cover Ups
– Scarves
– Shawls
Washcloth
– Handtowel
– Blankets and so much more!!!

This stitch is mostly solid and works for a lot of different projects.

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Washcloth using the Wildflower stitch pattern.

The Wildflower Stitch Pattern

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Materials Used in Tutorial

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Bernat Softee Cotton (Light/ Size 3 Yarn)
Size H 5mm Crochet Hook
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Stitches and Abbreviations

CH – Chain
SC – Single Crochet
DC – Double Crochet
ST(s) – Stitch(es)

Wildflower Stitch Video Tutorial

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Crochet Wildflower Stitch Tutorial

Note:
– Pattern is written in US terms.
– Turning chain (CH2) is not counted as a stitch.

Starting Chain: Work any odd number of Chains.

Row 1: SC in the 2nd CH from the hook and every CH across. (Stitch count will be 1 less than your starting chain number.)

Row 2: CH2, turn, DC into first ST, *Work 2 DC into next ST, Skip a ST* repeat from *to* until you reach the last ST. DC in last ST.

row 2 complete

Row 3: CH1, turn. SC in each ST across.

row 3 complete

Row 4: CH2, turn, DC in first ST, *Skip a ST, Work 2 DC into next ST* repeat from *to* until you reach the last ST. DC in last ST.

row 4 complete

Row 5: CH1, turn. SC in each ST across.

row 5 complete

Continue to repeat rows 2 through 5 until the project is the desired length.

I hope you enjoyed the Wildflower Stitch Tutorial and will check back for future stitch patterns.

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16 thoughts on “Wildflower Stitch Crochet Free Pattern and Video Tutorial”

  1. There are differences in the video pattern and the written pattern. Written pattern for Rows 2 and 4 to “chain 2” but the video says “ch 1” for these two rows. I’m confused.

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    • In the video, I use a CH1 method to keep the sides of the pattern very straight. You chain 1 then slightly pull up on the loop to get the height you need for a double crochet. There is no good way to write this in the crochet pattern, so instead, I use the more traditional CH2 turning chain in the pattern. You can use either method. I just believe the CH1 version creates a straighter edge.

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