Learn how to crochet the Interlocking Arched Columns Woven Crochet Stitch with this complete photo & video tutorial by Nana’s Crafty Home!
This stitch is a variation of the stitch I used for one of my first crochet patterns on the blog – the Just Peachy Hat pattern. This stitch variation will be featured in an upcoming poncho pattern release – the Mountain Trail Tweed Poncho. Be sure to check back for that free pattern!
I think you are going to love this stitch – it has such a unique look – almost a woven appearance. I think it looks similar to Tunisian Crochet as well!
This stitch is created by working a row of filet – double crochet stitch + ch 1 and skipping a stitch between. Then the next row you are working a single crochet stitch on top of each double crochet from the previous row and working a double crochet stitch in the skipped stitch from the previous row. You will be working the double crochet stitch either in front of or behind the chain 1 from the previous row. For one row it will be in front and 1 row will be behind. The stitch then looks like a combination of interlocking columns and arches.
This stitch is best highlighted using color changes from row to row. Changing colors really enhances the woven look of this stitch! But even in one color the texture would be lovely!
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Interlocking Arched Columns Crochet Stitch Photo Tutorial & Written Pattern Instructions
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To resize: chain foundation chain in multiples of 2 + 5
Sample shown = 35 chains
Row 1: dc in 5th ch from hook (sk chains count as 1st dc + ch 1), ch 1, *sk next ch, dc in next ch, ch 1* repeat between * * to last 2 chs, sk next ch, 1 dc in last ch. Turn.
Row 2 (RS): ch 1, sc in same st, *dc in sk ch from previous row (work dc in front of ch 1 from previous row), sc in next st (dc previous row),* repeat between * * to sk chains (row 1), dc in 4th ch, sk next ch, sc in next ch (top of ch 3). Turn.
Row 3: ch 4 (counts as first dc + ch 1), sk next st, *dc in next st (sc previous row), ch 1, sk next st* repeat between * * to last 2 sts, sk next st, dc in last st. Turn.
Row 4: ch 1, sc in same st, *dc in sk st from previous row (work dc behind ch 1 from previous row), sc in next st* repeat between * * to end, sc in last st (work sc in the dc of dc + 1). Turn.
Row 5: ch 4 (counts as first dc + ch 1), sk next st, *dc in next st, ch 1, sk next st* repeat between * * to last st, dc in last st. Turn.
Row 6: ch 1, sc in same st, *dc in sk st from previous row (place dc in front of the ch 1 from the previous row), sc in next st (top of dc post from previous row),* repeat between * * to end. Turn.
Continue repeating rows 3 – 6 to size desired.