How to Crochet the Wave Stitch – Stitchorama by Naztazia

How to Crochet the Wave Stitch – Stitchorama by Naztazia


Hi I’m Donna Wolfe from naztazia.com Today I’ll show you how to crochet the wave stitch. This works nice for scarves, shawls, blankets,
and handbags. To begin chain 36 or any multiple of ten plus six. For row one
slip stitch in the second chain from the hook and in the next four chains for a
total of five slip stitches. Two, Three, Four, And five. In the next five chains make one half
double crochet in each. One Two Three Four And five. For this entire stitch pattern
we’re going to work in groups of five stitches at a time. Next we’re going to
do five slip stitches. One, two, three, four, and five. And then go back to the
five half double crochet. Continue alternating with five slip stitches and
five half double crochet stitches across this row. You can see what this looks
like once completed. For row two we’re going to begin with five slip stitches. For this entire row we’re going to do the same stitches over the same stitches. Make five slip stitches over the five
slip stitches from the previous row. Four and five. And now over the next five
half double crochet we’re going to do five half double crochet and then five
slip stitches over the next five slip stitches. And then five half double crochet over the next five half double crochet. Continue with this pattern across the row. At the end I’m going to change
colors. I like to change colors every two rows but you can use the same color if
you wish. For row three we’re going to do the opposite of what we did on row two. Start with a chain two. And that is our first half double crochet. Make four more
half double crochet, which if you count the original chain two you can think of
it as 5 half double crochet. Three, four, and five. Then make five slip stitches
over the previous five half double crochet stitches. Two, three, four, and five. And then make 5 half-double crochet over
the previous 5 slip stitches. Continue with this pattern across the
row. At the end it’s a little tricky to place your last half double crochet in
the ending slip stitch so you might need to twist your hook a bit. Chain two, which serves as the first half
double crochet. And make half double crochet stitches
over the previous row’s half double crochet stitches. And then in the next five stitches make
five slip stitches. Continue with making half double crochet over half double
crochet and slip stitches over slip stitches. At the end I’m changing colors
again. For row 5 slip stitch over the previous row’s half double crochet and
then make half double crochet over the half double crochet. Continue with
repeating rows two, three, four, and five for as many rows as you wish. And that’s
how I crochet the wave stitch.

92 thoughts on “How to Crochet the Wave Stitch – Stitchorama by Naztazia

  1. Dear mam,
    I lovw to see your pattern after I subscribe your channel. It's very easy and innovative. Just one request, if possible please mention the yarn your are using or the source from where we get the yarns you are using in your videos.
    Like this way only put more and more videos and I learn more from you
    God bless
    Love you
    Thanks

  2. i LOVE that design. i think it would be a beautiful sweater , scarf or poncho/ serape . i wanted to make my muff, gloves and cap in a crocheted cable but i may have changed my mind. thanks

  3. I understand you don't know the exact yarn brand but can you please tell us the type such as what kind of fiber or is it a t shirt type yarn. Would be very appreciated. Thank you for this beautiful pattern.

  4. Simple, yet gorgeous!! Wondering what this would look like using an Ombre yarn from Red Heart. Needing to find the perfect stitch, this may be it, for a baby blanket for a young girl having a boy in Dec. Thanks Donna!! 🙂

  5. Oh I was wanting a baby rainbow blanket pattern and this is perfect. Thank you. Wishing you much love 💗 many blessings 🦋 and happy crocheting 🧶🤗🧶

  6. I always love your crochet videos! You are to the point, always pick out something interesting, use an easy to see yarn, and pretty colors for your sample.

  7. That’s a really pretty stitch which looks nice and simple to do. Off topic, I really love your nail polish, so pretty

  8. Naztazia sou tua fã, estou começando agora no crochê, qual linha você usa parece muito macia morro de vontade de aprender seus pontos, beijos Priscila Brasil

  9. So are you crocheting every stitch, weather it be a slip stitch or a halph double, in the back of the stitch?

  10. I tried to make this before and I couldn’t get it! Watching this video I get it! You don’t say to crochet in the back stitch but I can see that’s what your doing.
    Thanks Donna

  11. que bonito ! es una puntada genial para tal vez un chaleco o cobija de bebé ! gracias por compartir con todos nosotros tus talentos!!!

  12. I want to make blanket out of this pattern but I do not know how many stitches to chain? Can you help me with this? Thank you, your pattern a beautiful.

  13. What a great pattern. Im working on it right now and so easy. There will be a lot of end to hide as im doing it in two different colors. I do have a question donna on a border. Do you have one for this or leave it the way it is ? Thanks fir a great pattern ( Donna Weiss 😊)

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