The V-stitch is a pretty crochet stitch that works up quickly. It's a great stitch to know for working on big projects like afghans. But it's also useful for crocheting many other types of projects.
Read through the written instructions below to see how this stitch typically is shared, then follow the photo tutorial for a visual guide to learning this crochet stitch.
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Finish the First V-Stitch
Work another double crochet stitch into the same stitch where you worked the last one. This completes the first V-Stitch.Continue to 5 of 11 below.
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Crochet in V-Stitch to the End of the Row
Repeat the step above to continue working in this pattern all the way across the row.
When you get to the end of the row, work a chain stitch, then work one double crochet stitch into each of the last two stitches.
This matches the edge at the beginning of the row.
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Make the Turning Chain
Work 3 chain stitches for the turning chain.
Turn the work over to crochet the second row, working back across the first row.
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Begin the Second Row of V-Stitch
The turning chain counts as the first double crochet stitch in the row. Work a double crochet stitch into the next double crochet.
Chain 1.Continue to 9 of 11 below.
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