This cross over stitch might look complicated, but don’t worry, it’s way easier than it looks. It’s a stitch I haven’t featured in any of my past crochet projects, but I wanted to add it to the crochet stitch tutorials library first to get everyone familiar.
It’s a great stitch for blankets, scarves, table runners etc., but it’s also great for tops, cardigans, beach covers. Very versatile.
For these stitch tutorials, you can use any yarn and hook you like to practice with. Worst case scenario is you end up with a blanket rather than a scarf or vice versa 🤣
If you’re just curious what I used here, I used Lion Brand comfy cotton blend and a 5mm hook.
If you’re already a pro with the cross over stitch, be sure to check out some of my other crochet stitch tutorials, there might be something new to learn for you there. Check these out below.
1 Even Moss Crochet Stitch / 2 Lace Shell Crochet Stitch
If you’d like a video tutorial to follow along to, be sure to scroll down to the bottom.
Stitches Used & Code (US Term )
- ch = chain
- st = stitch(es)
- sc = single crochet
- dc = double crochet
- sk = skip
- REP = repeat
- The cross over stitch is in a multiples of 4 + 3 ch. For the following instructions, I’m going to make 23 ch
- The cross over stitch is a 2 row repeat which is row 2 and 3
- Can use in row or round. For the following written instructions, I’m going to make in a row
Crochet Cross Over Stitch Written Instructions
Row 1: ch 23, 1 sc into second ch from hook and each ch across. Total of 22 st
Row 2: Turn, ch 3 (count as 1 dc), *sk next st, 1 dc into each of next 3 st, 1 dc into the skipped st just work over the 3 dc* REP from *TO* until you have 1 st left, 1 dc into last st. Total of 22 st. Check picture below
Row 3: Turn, ch 1 (do not count as a st), 1 sc into each st across. Total of 22 st. Check picture below
Repeat row 2 and row 3 for the remainder of the project
HERE’S THE VIDEO TUTORIAL FOR THE CROSS OVER CROCHET STITCH
I hope you enjoyed the crochet cross over stitch tutorial. Did you learn something new? Let me know in the comments.
That’s it for today, see you in the next tutorial. Happy crocheting.