Learn how to Crochet the Wattle Stitch

Heather Fiege

The Wattle Stitch is another paired stitch. It combines the Single Crochet and Double Crochet, which are linked together with a Chain. For this stitch you will be working into the turning Chain at the end of each row.


This stitch is worked in multiples of 3 + 2, plus 1 for the foundation chain.


Hobby Lobby’s – I Love This Cotton – Lime Dot Print 

Size I 5.25mm Crochet Hook

Okay, let’s begin!


Begin with your choice of yarn and size crochet hook. I personally LOVE Hobby Lobby’s I Love This Cotton yarn. It’s super soft!

Step 1: Create your Foundation Chain. For this tutorial I crocheted 18 + 2 + 1 = 21 Chains.

Step 2: *1 SC, CH1, 1DC, in the next CH. Skip the next 2 CH. Repeat this from * until you reach the last CH.


Work 1 SC in the last CH, turn your work.

Step 3: CH 1 (counts as 1 SC), skip the 1st SC and next DC, *1 SC, CH 1, 1 DC, into the next CH space. Repeat from * to the last CH space.


Work 1 SC, CH 1, 1 DC into the last CH space. Skip the last SC. Work 1 SC into the turning CH.

Your work will begin looking like this!

Now turn your work.

Repeat Step 3 until you have reached your desired length!

Look how pretty this stitch begins to look! And what’s even better is it’s reversible, making it lovely for beginners and gives you a great stitch all around 

Here is a close up of what the Wattle Stitch looks like. You can see the nice paired stitch effect taking place throughout each row.

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