The Knotted Half Double Crochet Stitch is a fun and amazingly simple stitch to master. It’s a combination of single crochet and a half double crochet with a twist and works up over a 2 row repeat. This is a fun stitch to add to your stitching knowledge and would be wonderful for a blanket, scarf or a hat!

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To see a video tutorial of the Knotted Half Double Crochet stitch, scroll to the top of this post or click HERE. At the bottom of the post there is also a chart for your reference.

Stitches and abbreviations used:

Pattern is written in US terms

Ch(s): Chain(s)

Ea: Each

RS: Right Side

Sc: Single crochet

St(s): Stitch (es)

WS: Wrong Side

Yo: Yarn over

Special stitches:

  • KHdc: Knotted Half double crochet – YO once, insert hook in indicated stitch, YO and draw up a loop pulling the yarn through all loops on the hook (At the bottom of this post is a video demonstrating this stitch)

Directions for the Knotted Half Double Crochet stitch

Note: Ch-1 at beg of row does not count as a stitch

Chain in any multiple of chs + 1 ch

1 (RS): Work 1 sc in second ch from hook and in ea ch across

2: Ch 1, turn; (WS): work 1 KHdc in first st and in ea st across

3: Ch 1, turn; 1 sc in first st and in ea st across

Repeat rows 2-3 to desired length.

If you’d like to even out the pull of the side stitches, try adding a border to your final piece and block your work.

Chart of how to crochet the Knotted Half Double Crochet stitch from Handmade by Stacy J

 

I hope you enjoyed learning this stitch as much as I did. When you make something with it, could you please tag me @handmadebystacyj or #handmadebystacyj – I’d love to see what you create!

Stacy J

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