Twin V Stitch

The Twin V Stitch, aka the Twin Stitch, is a great simple pattern for blankets, bags, scarves, whatever you like! It’s super simple to do too – nothing but double crochet! Here’s how it’s done.

Learn to Crochet the Twin V Stitch! Perfect for baby blankets, afghans, scarves, and more! Photo and video tutorial makes it perfect for beginners! #crochet

How to Crochet the Twin V Stitch Video Tutorial

 

How to Crochet the Twin V Stitch Photo Tutorial

For both the photo and video tutorial, I used a J hook from Craftwich Creations on Etsy. In the video, the yarn is Red Heart With Love. In the photos, it’s Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice. Both are Aran weight.

The Twin V Stitch begins with any multiple of 4 plus 2, plus 2 more for the starting chain. In the following example, I’ve used a starting chain of 16.

Row 1: Ch to desired length as described above. Dc in the 5th ch from the hook (skipped sts count as dc and skip 1), dc again in the same ch, 2 dc in the next ch, skip 2 ch. *2 dc in the next ch, 2 dc in the next ch, skip 2 ch. Repeat from * until 2 ch remain. Skip 1 ch, then dc in the last ch.

Learn to Crochet the Twin V Stitch! Perfect for baby blankets, afghans, scarves, and more! Photo and video tutorial makes it perfect for beginners! #crochet

Row 2: Ch 3 (counts as first st), skip 1 st. *2 dc in the next st, 2 dc in the next st, skip 2 sts. Repeat from * until 2 sts remain. Skip 1 st, then dc in the last st.

Learn to Crochet the Twin V Stitch! Perfect for baby blankets, afghans, scarves, and more! Photo and video tutorial makes it perfect for beginners! #crochet

Rows 3 until done: Repeat Row 2.

Learn to Crochet the Twin V Stitch! Perfect for baby blankets, afghans, scarves, and more! Photo and video tutorial makes it perfect for beginners! #crochet

And that’s all there is to the Twin V Stitch! Quick, easy to memorize, and pleasing to the eye. I hope you’ve enjoyed learning it today!

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