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For my tutorial I began with 16 chain stitches. Skip first three chain stitches and work a single crochet into the 4th chain from the hook. The needle points at the right chain. Again, the needle points at the right chain. Then repeat that sequence to the end of the row: chain 1, skip one chain and single crochet in the next chain stitch. In other words, you will have a row of single crochet stitches separated by chain one spaces.
The last stitch should be a single crochet at the last chain.
Then turn your work and make 2 chains. Crochet single crochet into the first ch-1 space of the previous row. Repeat the pattern from the row 1: chain1, skip 1 stitch, single crochet in the next chain-1 space until the end of the row.
Continue Row 2 as long as you would like.
Changing colors when working the Moss Stitch To change color leave two loops on your hook, wrap the new yarn over the hook and pull it throught the remaining two loops on the hook. Then repeat the moss stitch pattern: single crochet in next ch-1 space, ch1, skip 1 stitch until the last stitch.
Be careful and join your starting chain without twisting. Make chain 2 and crochet single crochet in the second chain, no chain skipping here. The needle points at the right chain on pic.
Then repeat that sequence to the end of the round: chain 1, skip one chain and sc in the next chain stitch. The last stitch should be a single crochet in the last chain just next to the beginning chain 2. Begin the Round 2 with chain 2. Then skip a first single crochet from the Round 2 and make a single crochet in the ch-1 space where the needle points at. Continue the pattern repeat to the end of this round: chain 1, skip one stitch and single crochet in the next chain-1 space.
Begin the Round 3 with chain 2. Turn, Ch 3 counts as 1st dc here and throughout.
Skip the first dc stitch on the very end of the previous row. Then fpdc around each of the next 4 stitches, bpdc around the post of each of the following four stitches. Repeat Step 4 across the entire row. Note that you will end halfway through the last set of 8, completing only the front post stitches on the final set, not the back post stitches. Dc in top of turning chain. Repeat Step 3.
Bpdc around each of the next 4 stitches, fpdc around the each of the following four stitches. Repeat this pattern across row.
In other words, your stitches should protrude the same direction across this row as they did in the previous row. By this time you should begin noticing that you are creating alternating squares with vertical stripes where the bpdc are and horizontal stripes where the fpdc are.
Repeat steps two times. Note that you're continuing to work the same pattern. After this step is complete, you'll have done four rows and will have the first section of the pattern.
Repeat steps one time. Note: What you're doing here is reversing the order, starting with bpdc into bpdc for the first set of stitches. As you work this, you'll see that there are now vertical stripes above the horizontal ones you created and horizontal stripes above the vertical ones.
This is what the classic basketweave crochet pattern is.
In other words, two more rows, the first starting with bpdc and the second starting with fpdc. That completes one full round of the basketweave crochet stitch. This basic basketweave crochet stitch creates 4x4 squares.
To continue the pattern, you'll repeat steps over and over to the length that you desire. If you learn better using video tutorials, you can also check out the Basketweave Crochet Stitch video tutorial by Marly Bird here on Red Heart. Crochet Basketweave Variation 1: Stitch Count Once you have mastered the basic crochet basketweave stitch, you can play around with different effects by changing the stitch count across the row.
Instead of four fpdc followed by four bpdc across the row, you might do more or less, such as: 2x2 basketweave crochet square Start with a foundation chain that is a multiple of 4. This example uses chain Dc in 4th chain from hook and each chain across. Turn, ch 3 counts as 1st dc here and throughout.
Then fpdc around each of the next 2 stitches, bpdc around the post of each of the following 2 stitches. Repeat across ending with fpdc stitches.
That's two rows, so now it's time to reverse it. Do this by repeating Step 4. Repeat pattern across row. That completes one 2x2 set.
Repeat Steps to the length that you desire. This examples using ch DC in top of turning chain. Remember that you end with just the first half, the front post stitches, not the full set on the last round.