crochet stitch patterns

30 Easy Crochet Stitch Patterns For Beautiful Projects

You’ve mastered the basics and are ready to expand your crochet skills. This means it’s time to learn some new crochet stitch patterns, each one giving a fresh and distinct feel to your handmade projects.

We’ve put together 30 of our favorite easy crochet stitch patterns, fresh off the hook for you to try!

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What Are Crochet Stitch Patterns?

crochet stitch patterns

When you decide to crochet something, the end result can look any number of ways. That’s thanks to the crochet stitch pattern you’ve chosen. It could have cables, popcorn puffs, or a lacey weave. Each of these choices would make the blanket distinctly different.

A crochet stitch pattern simply refers to the specific shape that’s made by moving your crochet hook through yarn. Ready to try your hand at some new patterns? Grab your crochet hook and let’s go!

Basic Stitches To Know

Before we dive into new patterns, it’s good to review some of the basic stitches that you should know. For a complete tutorial, you check out our article How to Crochet For Beginners: A Step-By-Step Guide.

Slip Stitch

For a quick refresher, the Slip Stitch is usually the first knot you’ll make when you start a crochet project.

Source: Crochet Guru

Single Crochet

You’ll be using the Single Crochet a lot. Fun fact: It’s the shortest stitch!

Source: GoodKnitKisses

Double Crochet

The Double Crochet is another popular and versatile stitch.

Source: Crochet Guru

Half Double Crochet

The Half Double Crochet is a popular stitch that’s halfway between the Single Crochet and Double Crochet.

Source: Sweet Potato 3

Treble Crochet

The Treble Crochet is a taller stitch than the Double Crochet, popular when crafting blankets.

Source: Yarnspirations

Tools And Supplies For Creating Crochet Stitch Patterns

You don’t need many tools to start a crochet project — just a crochet hook, some yarn, and a blunt needle.

Finding good quality yarn makes all the difference. GANXXET Combed Cotton Yarn is soft yet durable, while our eco-friendly Bamboo Yarn is hypoallergenic, antimicrobial, and machine washable.

When you’re practicing crochet stitch patterns, another popular choice for yarn is our Linen Flame, especially for warmer weather clothing projects.

Whatever your project, take your favorite GANXXET yarns out of your storage and get ready to crochet!

30 Easy Crochet Stitch Patterns

Now that you’ve reviewed some crochet basics, you’re ready to start trying your hand at a range of different crochet stitch patterns. Remember, you’re building muscle memory, so don’t worry if it takes a few times to get the hang of a pattern.

1) Feather Stitch

The Feather Stitch is a beautifully textured pattern that’s also reversible!

Source: Hooked By Robin

2) Camel Stitch

The Camel Stitch uses only the Half Double Crochet and creates a lovely texture for your project.

Source: Bella Coco

3) Zeros And Crosses Stitch

A combo of Cross Stitches and Filet Stitches, the Zeros and Crosses Stitch is delicate-looking yet sturdy.

Source: Darn Good Yarn

4) Arcade Stitch

The Arcade Stitch is made up of Single Crochet and Double Crochet stitches along with chain spaces, resulting in rows of beautiful arches.

Source: The Crochet Crowd

5) Lace Flower Stitch

This delicate stitch pattern makes lacey little flowers — so sweet.

Source: Made by Gootie

6) Crochet Moss Stitch

The Crochet Moss Stitch creates a gorgeous texture for your crochet project.

Source: Daisy Farm Crafts

7) Braid Stitch

The Braid Stitch gives your project a knitted effect.

Source: Claudetta Crochet

8) Crochet Shell Stitch

Create an interesting texture and scallop shapes with this stitch pattern.

Source: naztazia.com

9) Primrose Stitch

The Primrose Stitch is often considered one of the prettiest.

Source: Dabbles and Babbles

10) Crocodile Stitch

Get a unique reptilian texture with this inspired-by-nature stitch pattern.

Source: Happy Berry Crochet

11) Ribbed Half Double Stitch

This Ribbed Half Double Stitch gives your project a lovely knitted effect.

Source: Outstanding Crochet

12) Popcorn Crochet Stitch

The Popcorn Crochet Stitch is a playful way to add dimension.

Source: Crochet Guru

13) Filet Stitch

The Filet Stitch makes a grid-like effect and is used in making shapes and even letters!

Source: Bella Coco

14) Loop Stitch

Want a little fluffy texture for your project? Look no further than the Loop Stitch.

Source: Hooked by Robin

15) Suzette Stitch

Alternating between Single and Double Crochet Stitches, the Suzette Stitch is the perfect choice if you want a dense textured fabric.

Source: Hopeful Honey

16) Star Stitch

Behold a crochet constellation! Use the Star Stitch to add some stellar texture.

Source: Hopeful Honey

17) Harlequin Stitch

Give your project a vintage look with this decorative stitch pattern.

Source: Daisy Farm Crafts

18) Aligned Cobble Stitch

Dense yet delicate, the Aligned Cobble Stitch gives your project a uniquely beautiful texture.

Source: Hopeful Honey

19) Open Shell Stitch

This open and lacy pattern is perfect for summer clothing and accessories.

Source: Rich Textures Crochet

20) Chevron Stitch

The Chevron Stitch has graphic appeal with its rows of repeating Vs.

Source: American Crochet Association

21) Basketweave Stitch

Dense and rich, the Basketweave Stitch is a go-to for gorgeous texture.

Source: DIY on the House

22) Spike Stitch

Add some extra drama to your project with the Spike Stitch.

Source: Hopeful Honey

23) Wave Stitch

The Wave Stitch gives a sweet ripple effect to your project.

Source: American Crochet Association

24) Waffle Stitch

The Waffle Stitch calls to mind a breakfast favorite!

Source: Hooked by Robin

25) Spider Stitch

This dense stitch pattern is not nearly as scary as it sounds!

Source: Hooked by Robin

26) Block Stitch

For a cool graphic twist, try the Block Stitch.

Source: Hooked by Robin

27) Cable Stitch

You’re allowed to skip stitches when you’re working on a Cable Stitch pattern!

Source: Yarn Cakes LLC

28) Icicle Stitch

The Icicle Stitch gives an instant coolness to your project.

Source: Goodness Gracious

29) Cluster Stitch

Use the Cluster Stitch if you want to create a beautiful, dense texture.

Source: Mama in a Stitch

30) Jasmine Stitch

If you’ve gotten this far, you’re a pro. The Jasmine Stitch pattern is considered one of the more advanced, but why not give it a try?

Source: YarnTh3ory

Beautiful Projects Await

You’ve reviewed your basic crochet skills, and then you dove into our list of 30 different crochet stitch patterns. Now it’s time to choose some of your favorites and start a new crochet project!

yarn for crochet stitch patterns

Once you’ve chosen your crochet project, it’s time to choose your yarn. GANXXET yarns in combed cotton, bamboo, and linen come in lots of beautiful colors, giving your project a special look and feel. Not only for crochet, our yarn can be used for knitting and macrame as well.

Pick up your GANXXET yarn and get ready to crochet the day away!


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