One of my favorite stitches in crochet is the V-Stitch. The V-stitch is an easy stitch to learn. As it incorporates double crochet and skipping 1 stitch to create it. If you need to learn how to do the double crochet stitch check out this POST
Now it’s time to jump into the tutorial.
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Chain 23 (reference image A-1)
2 double crochet in 5th chain from hook (reference image A-2 & A-3)
Skip 1 chain, 2 double crochet in next chain (reference image A-4)
Repeat step 3 across to last 2 chain stitches, double crochet in last chain, (reference image A-5)
Chain 3, turn, V-Stitch in space between V-stitch of previous row, repeat across (reference image A-6)
Double crochet in top of chain 3 (reference image A-7)
Repeat process until you have confidence in your crocheting this stitch. That’s all there is to it! I hope you find this tutorial helpful in learning an unique crochet stitch. I use this stitch quite a bit in my pattern designs. It has a bit of a lacy look to it too!
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