The Herringbone Double Crochet Stitch is one of my favorite stitches. It is fun to work up, provides a good coverage, and makes an awesome looking project!
I use this stitch often in many of my patterns, including some of my garments and even in a blanket!
Patterns that use the Herringbone Double Crochet stitch
Tied and True Tee – this is a super easy, circular yoke project that uses just this stitch!
Layla Tunic– this beautiful long tunic is perfect for wearing with leggings or boots!
Remi Raglan Sweater– a super cute raglan, long sleeved sweater with striping at the shoulders.
Happy Herringbone Chevron Blanket – this gorgeous chevron blanket uses this beautiful stitch to give it such a nice texture! This is a free crochet pattern.
More About the Stitch
Since it provides good coverage, and the stitches are pretty tightly woven together, so it’s great for garments!
When worked in rows, it gives the fabric a true herringbone look.
It is worked similar to a regular double crochet, but with one added step.
The abbreviation for this stitch is herr-dc.
herr-dc: yarn over, insert hook into st, draw up a loop and pull through 1 loop on hook, yarn over, pull through 1 loop (2 loops on hook at this point), yarn over, pull through both loops.
You can find the video tutorial for this stitch on my You Tube channel.
You can also find the stitch tutorial for how to do a Herringbone Half Double Crochet on my channel.
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Michelle has been crocheting since 2011 and has been designing crochet patterns since 2014! She specializes in modern garments and accessories for your handmade wardrobe. Michelle has been featured in Happily Hooked Magazine, thehooknooklife.com, wecrochet.com, ourmakerlife.com, and several other websites. She is committed to providing the highest quality crochet information and patterns that instill a true feeling of pride, enjoyment, and accomplishment when completing a project.