Now that we’ve learned how to crochet the waffle stitch, I thought you’d like to see more patterns featuring this fun stitch! You’ll see how versatile this stitch is as the projects include home decor items, bags, and wearables.
Hats and scarves featuring the waffle stitch definitely take center stage in this roundup. You’ll be so impressed with the different looks which can be achieved by using this fun stitch in combination with yarn of different weights and colors!Don’t forget to save this waffle stitch crochet pattern roundup on Pinterest so you can reference it later!
If you haven’t worked on a waffle stitch pattern before, start with the waffle stitch tutorial. You only need to know how to chain (ch), double crochet (dc), and front post double crochet (fpdc) to learn the waffle stitch pattern. It is one of those stitches that looks more complicated than it is.
When you choose a pattern to work on, be sure to follow the designer’s instructions. The tutorial is wonderful for helping you understand the basics of the stitch pattern but there are different ways to achieve the same look. Each designer knows what works best with the pattern they have created.
Grab your crochet hook and get ready to find your next favorite crochet waffle stitch pattern!
Waffle Stitch Crochet Pattern Roundup
Crochet Waffle Stitch Dishcloth Pattern by Stitching Together
This free pattern is a great small project for beginners to start using the waffle stitch plus, it’s pretty and works great to make a stack of dishcloths or washcloths. Win Win.
Waffle Stitch Blanket Pattern by Stitching Together
This is a great free crochet pattern if you are ready to use the waffle stitch in a large project like a blanket. It makes such a cozy blanket and you can choose any color scheme with your favorite worsted-weight yarn to match your decor.
Waffle Stitch Baby Blanket by Stitching Together
An adorable combination of self-striping yarn and the waffle stitch makes this baby blanket an absolute squishy dream. That beautiful single crochet border really makes the texture of the different double crochet stitches pop!
Squared Waffle by Buttonnose Crochet found on Ravelry
This unique take on the waffle stitch is worked from the center out and can be used to make smaller projects as well as something large like a blanket! Don’t you think this would make a lovely housewarming gift?
Waffle Stitch Crochet Blanket by KathieSewHappy found on Etsy
We already have a classic waffle stitch blanket in this round up but the border of this blanket is what makes it extra lovely and unique. This is a paid pattern on Etsy.
Although it may not look like it in the above picture, this waffle stitch crochet scarf is part of a set with the Alpine Nights Beanie. Possibly the best thing about this combo is how versatile they look. When you visit the website, you’ll see many different color options in the pictures but my favorite is this manly spin!
Chunky Waffle Stitch Beanie by Ruby Webbs found on Etsy
The chunky yarn used in this two-toned beanie really makes the waffle stitch pop! The paid pattern is available in 3 different kid sizes and 3 different adult sizes.
Crochet Waffle Stitch Bag by RubyWebbs found on Etsy
This bag looks so classy and would be great in a variety of colors, especially with that braided leather strap! The paid pattern calls for bulky weight yarn so it will also work up quickly!
Let me know which waffle stitch crochet pattern you will start with! Don’t forget about the waffle stitch written instructions with photos if you need help working this stitch pattern!
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