The crocodile stitch is one of those stitches that you gotta try at least once. It’s a yarn eater that takes some time, but once you do … oh boy, is it pretty! This is a very forgivable stitch, so don’t be afraid to go a little off script. In this video, I show you the basics and give you some tips on altering the stitch for different projects.
You can do this!
Here are a few projects I’ve completed using the crocodile stitch:
So on with the tutorial …
This stitch is made by working around the posts of the foundation row. So, each row will have a foundation row and a working row.
The Foundation Row is worked as follows:
The Crocodile Stitch Row is worked as follows:
Got it! Yeah, me neither when I first read instruction like this. So … bring on the video …
Still need some help? Let me know and I’ll break it down for you. No crocheters left behind!
Ready for a pattern? See my Abby’s Dragon Scarf post.