Sometimes the simplest stitches are the most beautiful and versatile. Today’s article is about one of the most basic stitches that can do wonders to your projects! There are many versions of the same techniques, some are using double crochets, some are using single crochets, and sometimes you can even stitch clusters – V Stitch Crochet Blankets can look very different from each other. One thing is certain, though, they are very easy to make. Beginners will fall in love with these techniques, because they are easy to grasp and very repetitive, which makes the work more automatic with time. Next step is colors. The palette you choose will very much give character to overall design. The way in which colors will be alternating is crucial to the visibility of the pattern. You can try mixing rainbow hues together in a fun cocktail, or decide on subtle ombre with pops of color here and there. It’s all up to you! Prepare your crochet hook, yarn, and try learning this stitch. It’s definitely worth it! Check out examples of V stitch below. Links to free patterns are under the pictures.
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Cluster V-Stitch Blanket Free Crochet Pattern
Making clusters and also using bulky yarn will create fluffy blanket with visible stripes. Alternate ombre yarn and white for cool effect!
Go to the pattern: Cluster V-Stitch Blanket
V Stitch Blanket – Yarn Stash Series Free Crochet Pattern
This v stitch is delicate and small. It’s perfect for baby blankets!
Go to the pattern: V Stitch Blanket – Yarn Stash Series
V Stitch Free Crochet Pattern
Vibrant colors will look great in minimalist interiors or kids’ rooms.
Go to the pattern: V Stitch
V-Stitch Granny Blanket Free Crochet Pattern
You can work v stitch from the inside out, too! This square blanket looks great in modern colors.
Go to the pattern: V-Stitch Granny Blanket
V-stitch Rainbow Blanket Free Crochet Pattern
Delicate background, like grey, will look cool with stripes of color. Try different color combinations and see what works best for you.
Go to the pattern: V-stitch Rainbow Blanket