Introduction:The crocodile crochet stitch is quite intricate and unusual. It can appear difficult at first, but once you practice working several rows, you'll find that it's actually quite easy to make. Here are five free crochet patterns you can use to learn the crocodile stitch.
This free crochet purse pattern is quite elegant when stitched. The purse is made with single crochet but the flap is worked in the crocodile crochet stitch. Size F/5 crochet hook and medium worsted weight yarn are required to make the pattern. Get the download link below.
BiStitchual: Hooking & Needle Fun created this crocodile stitch scarf crochet pattern to be worked in worsted weight yarn and size I crochet hook. You don't need to worry about the gauge; just work the pattern as wide and as long as you like. Download the free crochet pattern below.
Use the crocodile stitch to make this beautiful and colorful tea cosy. Size 8 steel crochet hook and lightweight yarn are necessary to make the free crochet pattern. Click on the supporting link below to get the pattern.
Worsted weight yarn and size I hook are used to crochet the dragon skin shawl or scarf. You can even experiment a little by making a triangular shawl. You may have to adjust the directions to achieve the effect you want. Get the free pattern below.
The crocodile crochet stitch and scalloped crochet stitch are sometimes used interchangeably. You can work a crocodile lace edging on a pair of gloves, socks or collars. Use size 10 crochet cotton and size 9 crochet hook. Download the free pattern below.
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