I am excited to share this pattern I named the crochet ridge stitch with you that I came upon by accident by messing up another pattern I was trying to figure out!
See, it’s proof that good things can come from making some mistakes! I wasn’t sure what to call this, but ridge seemed to stick in my head when looking at the pattern so I just went with it!Crochet the Ridge Stitch Today!Click To Tweet
This stitch would be great for an intermediate level crocheter, or higher, but if you are just starting out give it a shot anyway!
You never know! 🙂
CROCHET RIDGE STITCH PATTERN
- NEEDED: 2 Colors of Yarn of your choice (I used cotton yarn for my sample)
- Crochet hook size determined by what yarn you are using
- Scissors to cut off the ends
- Yarn needle to weave in loose ends
- To make your design larger or smaller chain a multiple of 4 plus 3
FOUNDATION CHAIN: With a crochet hook and your first color of yarn, Chain multiples of 4 plus 3 (I used 31 Chains on Sample)
ROW 1: Working in the back bar of your chain tutorial here!, Single Crochet in each Chain across, change your color now, chain 1, turn
ROW 2: Single Crochet in each Stitch across, chain 1, turn
ROW 3: Next Single Crochet in each Stitch across, change color to first color in the last stitch, chain 1 , turn
ROW 4: Single Crochet in first two stitches, Skip first 2 single crochets on 2 rows below, then double crochet in around each of the next 2 stitches 2 rows below, Single crochet in the next two stitches 2 rows up, Repeat this pattern until the end of row, chain 1, turn
ROW 5: Next, Single Crochet in each stitch across changing to second color at the last stitch, chain 1, turn
ROW 6: Single Crochet in first two stitches, Skip first 2 single crochets on 2 rows below, then double crochet in around each of the next 2 stitches 2 rows below, Single crochet in the next two stitches 2 rows up. Repeat this pattern until the end of row, chain 1, turn
ROW 7: Single Crochet in each stitch across changing to first color at the last stitch, chain 1, turn REPEAT UNTIL DESIRED LENGTH.
What an awesome looking pattern! Right? Now take a look at the backside and see a cool spike stitch pattern forming!
This ridge stitch crochet pattern is such a fun design that I’m confident a crocheter who is wanting to try an advanced pattern would be able to complete it with no problem. I promise! If you do have any questions just send me a message through my contact page.
To try out your new crochet ridge stitch that you just learned you may need some supplies!
Check out my suggestions below all which can be found on Amazon.