How To Crochet An Easy Mesh Stitch

129K Shareseasy-crochet-cardigan-patternWhen I made my Mod Mesh Honey Crocheted Blanket Sweater, I wanted to use a very?easy mesh pattern. ?I found the crocheted diamond mesh stitch online, but I was going for something a little different and simple as can be. If anyone knows if there is a name for this particular mesh that I’m sharing with you today, I’d love to know! ?I played around with simply chaining and slip stitching to make this pattern.?If you know how to chain, slip stitch and single crochet, this will be a breeze. ?I love the modern look of it?and how easy and quickly the stitch works up!Please check out the pattern as well as the video below to get started on the mesh stitch. __MY LATEST VIDEOSCrochet Mesh Stitches Patterns:Small Crochet Mesh Pattern:(this pattern will lay flat)Chain an odd number of stitchesRow 1: Sc across, ch 2, turnRow 2: skip the first stitch in your foundation row and slip stitch in the next stitch, *ch 2, sk st, slip stitch into next stitch; repeat from * across to last stitch. Ch 2, turn.Row 3 sl st into 1st group of ch 2 stitches below, *ch 2, sl st into next group of ch 2 stitches below. Repeat from * acrossI used the small mesh stitch for the “Driftwood Oversized Hooded Poncho Pattern” HEREWide Crochet Mesh Stitch Pattern:** This pattern will require blocking so that it doesn’t pucker. You will get this wide mesh with a simple stitch multiple, but it must be blocked. The small crochet pattern above doesn’t require blocking.Chain an odd number of stitchesRow 1: Sc across, ch 3, turn.Row 2: skip the first stitch in your foundation row and slip stitch in the next stitch, *ch 3, sk st, slip stitch into next stitch; repeat from * across to last stitch. Ch 3, turn.Row 3 sl st into 1st group of ch 3 stitches below, *ch 3, sl st into next group of ch 3 stitches below. Repeat from * acrosseasy-crochet-cardigan-patterndsc_5966I’ve knit a similar looking mesh when I made the Traveler Knit Infinicowl. It’s really cool to see a mesh pattern look so beautiful in crochet as well! ?This stitch would work beautifully on scarves, shawls or even summer wraps. What would you use this stitch for? I’d love to hear what you think in the comments below!how-to-crochet-mesh-stitch-beginner-pattern-tutorialHappiest crocheting to you!JessicaSharePinTweetShare

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