Watch how to crochet the versatile waffle stitch

Watch the video above to learn how to crochet the waffle stitch!
The waffle stitch is a simple crochet stitch consisting of double crochets and front post double crochets. It has beautiful texture and design, looking so intricate - like you spent many more hours on the project than you really did!
It produces a look similar to a freshly baked waffle with ridges going both horizontally and vertically - syrup and butter not included!
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There are tons of projects to make with the waffle stitch that are so much fun - here are a few to get you started:
Use some gorgeous color from your stash to make this rainbow waffle stitch blanket:
Or this color block waffle stitch blanket with neutrals - kitty not included:
This cute baby shower gift is perfect with the waffle stitch!
Make a simple dishcloth - the waffle stitch gives amazing texture, perfect for scrubbing!
Create bright beautiful placemats like these to liven up your kitchen table. Bonus: the waffle stitch catches spills like no other!
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What will you make with the waffle stitch?
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