Learn how to crochet the Offset V-stitch crochet stitch with this complete video tutorial! A standard V-stitch is a (double crochet, chain 1, double crochet) all worked in the same stitch – usually in the ch 1 space of the previous row’s V-stitch. With this simple variation, you are skipping over the ch 1 space and placing the V-stitch in the 2nd dc of the previous row’s V-stitch. This creates a lovely more open fabric with beautiful drape. This stitch is a one-row repeat (love it!) that is easy to remember and translates well to so many different projects – bags, wearables, blankets and more!
Pattern PDF includes photo tutorial + complete written patterns instructions. Also includes stitch multiple information so you can take this stitch to different projects!
Also provides a direct link to YouTube video tutorial
Supplies used: (affiliate) Knit Picks CotLin, Weight DK 3/Light (70% cotton, 30% Linen 123 yds/50 g) Color Whisper #25328