I’m bringing you all another stitch tutorial this week with this crochet granny stripe tutorial.
It’s a really easy stitch to learn. If you know how to make a chain and double crochet, you’re good to go. Very beginner friendly.
It makes for a light and breezy stitch. The granny stripe stitch is perfect for a light blanket, summer tops or fall scarves etc. It’s pretty versatile for whenever you want something a little breathable.
It’s also one of those crochet stitches that look good from both sides, so it opens up a lot of design options.
If you’re feeling more ambitious than a crochet stitch tutorial, you should check out these free patterns I have on the blog.
The granny stripe stitch will look familiar if you’ve played around with a granny square, which is worked in the round but shares some aesthetic similarities. Check out my granny square tutorial if you’re not familiar.
Stitches Used & Code (US Term)
- ch = chail
- st = stitch(es)
- dc = double crochet
- sk = skip
- sp = space
- REP = repeat
- This granny stripe stitch is in a multiples of 4 ch
- This granny stripe stitch is a 2 rows repeat (row 2 and row 3)
- Can use in row or round. For the following written instructions, I’m going to make in a row
- For the following written instructions, I’m using 1 color but you can use multiple colors. You can change color how ever you want, every row, every other row, it’s up to you.
Crochet Granny Stripe Stitch Written Instructions
Row 1: ch 24, sk 3 ch (count as 1 dc), 2 dc into next ch, *ch 1, sk 3 ch, 3 dc into next ch* REP from *TO* across. Check picture below
Row 2: Turn, ch 4 (count as 1 dc and 1 ch sp), *3 dc into ch 1 sp, ch 1* Rep from *TO* across, end with 1 dc into the third ch. Check picture below
Row 3: Turn, ch 3 (count as 1 dc), 2 dc into the first ch 1 sp, *ch 1, 3 dc into next ch 1 sp* REP from *TO* across. Check picture below
REP row 2 and row 3 for remainder of project
CROCHET GRANNY STRIPE STITCH VIDEO TUTORIAL
That’s it! I hope everyone learned something fun with this crochet granny stripe stitch. What are you thinking of doing with it?