Crochet Silt Stitch, an easy crochet stitch

Today I am sharing how to crochet silt stitch with you. 

Silt stitch is the third crochet stitch I am sharing, with patterns combinations of double crochet and single crochet stitches, just in a different sequence.

You can check out the previous posts:

Lemon Peel Stitch 

Wattle Stitch 

Thicket Stitch

Silt Stitch is very similar to Lemon Peel Stitch, although it has a totally different look.

The basic difference between the two stitches are the placement of the stitches. To crochet Lemon Peel stitch, dc's are worked in the sc's and vice versa.

Silt Stitch is a more open stitch, and may not be as warm as Lemon Peel Stitch.




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How to crochet silt stitch 



WHAT YOU'LL NEED:

  • Yarn of your choice - I used double knitting weight/light or light worsted yarn
  • Hook size for your yarn choice - hook used for this project - 4mm,  G/6 (US) 8 (UK)

Skill level:  Beginner with basic crochet skills



STITCHES AND ABBREVIATIONS

ch        – chain

dc        - double crochet

hdc      - half double crochet

sc         - single crochet

sts        - stitches


GAUGE AND SIZE

Not available as yarn, hook and tension may differ.


NOTES TO CLARIFY

Ch2 at every end of the row, does count as a hdc.




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crochet silt stitch pattern

The pattern is in US terms.

The pattern:

Chain in multiples of 2 + 1.  In the sample, I started with 29 chains.

First row -  sc in the third ch from the hook, *dc in the next ch, sc in the next ch*. Repeat from * to *, to the last 2 ch.  Dc in the next ch and hdc in the last ch, turn.

Second row - ch2 (counts as hdc), skip the hdc from the previous row, *dc in the dc of the previous row, sc in the sc of the previous row.* Repeat from * to *, finishing each row with a hdc in the top of the turning ch, turn.

Repeat the second row until your work is the desired length.



variation on THE silt stitch pattern

Please note that there are variations of Silt Stitch doing the round.

I have done some research and the crochet pattern in this post, is that of Silt Stitch.

If, with time, I am convinced otherwise, the post will be adjusted accordingly.




more about combination stitches:

The following stitch patterns are similar to the Silt Stitch, such as:


Where to use the silt stitch
  • Dishcloths/Washcloths
  • Blanket/Throws
  • Scarves
  • Bags or pouches
  • Wearables


Well done - you mastered another crochet stitch!

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IN CONCLUSION

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