This week we are learning to crochet the Even Moss Stitch. Join us for our Totally Textured Tuesday series, where you’ll learn a new crochet stitch every week!
BQUEEN COLLECTION #TOTALLYTEXTUREDTUESDAY
Hi again! Makenzie from BQueen Collection sharing another Totally Textured Tuesday stitch for our 12 week series. I’ve handpicked my favorite 12 stitch patterns that are full of texture and dimension – no flatwork here! First, a quick a recap of what we’ve done so far:
Week 1: Single Crochet Back Loop Only (sc BLO)
Week 2: Blanket Stitch
WEEK 3: Even Moss Stitch
Today you’re going to learn how to crochet Even Moss Stitch! It’s called “even” because the same stitch is worked directly on top of itself, creating a very orderly fabric with distinguishable columns and rows. We’ll see some more “even” stitches in our 12 week series, too!
We want to see it! If you try any of the stitches with us during the series, tag us @WeCrochetOfficial and @BQueenCollection AND use #totallytexturedtuesday so we can share!
Any yarn or hook will do, but here is what I am using:
- WeCrochet Wool of the Andes Superwash / Celestial
- BQueen Collection Blend Hook in Gonçalo / I – 5.50mm
- ch: chain
- sl st: slip stitch
- hdc: half double crochet
- sk: skip
- rep: repeat
Row 1: Ch a multiple of 2 to desired length, sl st in 2nd ch from hook, *hdc in next ch, sl st in next ch; repeat from * across, ch1, turn.
Row 2: Sl st in the first st (the last sl st of the previous row), *hdc in next st, sl st in next st; repeat from * across, ch1, turn.
Tip: It is helpful to place a stitch marker in the first and last sl sts of a row because they can be kind of tricky to find.
Repeat Row 2 until desired measurement.
The Even Moss Stitch is a great two stitch pattern that is full of that yummy texture I love! Thank you for joining me and I’ll see you next week for a Totally Textured Tuesday.
Hi! I’m Makenzie from BQueen Collection and my husband I make custom wood crochet hooks while I also dabble in pattern design. We live in eastern Colorado, enjoy fishing and the outdoors, and have three young boys who keep us very busy (plus eight chickens because we eat soooo many eggs). We’d love to connect – follow us on Instagram @bqueencollection and see what we’re up to!