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How to Crochet Double Waffle Stitch

June 19, 2020

The Waffle Stitch is a favourite of every crocheter and is a popular choice for making blankets. There is something so satisfying about creating the rows of relaxing stitches and after a few rows, the beautiful textured fabric appears! It is an easy stitch and very addictive to make. I have a tutorial for you today with a slight twist on the regular Waffle Stitch – I am calling it the Crochet Double Waffle Stitch. The combination of just two stitches makes this fun to make.

I used Scheepjes River Washed a light DK yarn for my samples. I also tried some other weight yarns and they were all beautiful! Any weight yarn and matching hook can be used, and you can make gorgeous squishy blankets with this stitch. Just chain the width you wish your blanket to have (using a multiple of 4 + 2) and start crocheting! I will have a pattern for a blanket I am working on for you in a future post.

Here is a swatch I made using a chunky yarn. The texture is beautiful and thick! Perfect for a cozy blanket. Does it remind you of a breakfast waffle?!

I used a 4 ply/fingering weight yarn in cotton to make this sample. You can see that the Crochet Double Waffle Stitch is perfect for Dish Cloths and Wash Cloths. You can try out a sample piece to practise the stitch and then make good use of it in your home.

 

How to Crochet the Double Waffle Stitch

Materials

I used two colours of a DK weight yarn and a 4.5mm crochet hook for my sample square. You can use any yarn you like and matching hook.

Abbreviations

US Crochet terms

dc – double crochet

FPDC – front post double crochet

ch – chain

st – stitch

rep – repeat

UK Crochet terms

tr – treble crochet

FPTR – front post treble crochet

ch – chain

st – stitch

rep – repeat

Special stitches

Front Post Double Crochet (FPDC) – Yarn over, insert hook around post of stitch in the previous row, from front to back to front, yarn over, pull up a loop, yarn over, pull through two loops, yarn over, pull through remaining two loops.

See a helpful video from Moogly for the FPDC HERE

Notes

  • The pattern is written in US crochet terms
  • Ch 2 at the beginning of a row counts as the 1st dc. I like a ch 2 to keep my edges neat but you may prefer to make a ch 3
  • I have included a simple chart to help you. Just repeat rows 2 & 3 for pattern

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Instructions (in US crochet terms)

Chain a multiple of 4 + 2

Row 1: 1 dc in 4th ch from hook, dc in each ch across, turn

Row 2: Ch 2 (counts as 1st dc here and throughout)), FPDC in next 2 sts, * dc in next 2 sts, FPDC in next 2 sts; rep from * across, 1 dc in last st (top of beg. ch), turn

Row 3: Ch 2, dc in next 2 sts, * FPDC in next 2 sts, dc in next 2 sts; rep from * across, 1 dc in last st (top of beg. ch), turn

Repeat rows 2 and 3 for pattern

Crochet Chart 

 

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