Herringbone Half Double Crochet

This stitch is one of my favorites and I have used it as part of the Sampler Poncho CAL with Itchin’ for some Stitchin’.

This stitch is easy to follow and works up so beautifully. I love to use it for headbands and recently put it into a square for the CAL.

Whenever I create something of my own I always love to use this stitch its full of texture and very versatile.

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You will need:

5mm hook

Scissors( I love these Vintage looking ones!)

Medium (4) weight yarn (I used Lion brand Heartland linked here)

Tapestry Needle (This is a 4-pack)

Gauge 4×4 inches is 18 St by 16 rows

Finished sizes– 7×7 small and 8×8 large

HHDC-herringbone half double crochet
Stitches are shown in the pattern according to size small (large).
Block square after completion if needed

You can find the Herringbone half double crochet video tutorial here on my instagram

Row 1- using a 5mm hook Ch 28(32) work HHDC into the third ch from the hook and every st in the row Ch 2 and turn (27,31)

Row 2- work (27,31) HHDC into each st in the row ch 2 and turn

Row 3- repeat row two until you have (27, 32) rows.

Fasten off, weave in ends and block if desired.

If you want all of the squares and poncho assembly instructions now, you can purchase the bundle below.

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