What is a waffle stitch?
Waffle stitch is a deceptively simple stitch pattern. It uses a combination of double crochet (dc) and front post double crochet (fpdc) (UK raised treble front) to create it’s unique waffle pattern. … Note that you can learn more about working with stitch multiples here.
How many chains do you need for a waffle blanket?
How to Crochet the Waffle Stitch – Right Handed Photo Tutorial. **Three chains will be used for starting the first row and will count as your first double crochet. I started with a chain of 17, which gave 15 stitches in the first row. If you start with a foundation dc, you’ll want a multiple of 3 for the first row.
How many stitches crochet waffle blanket?
Adjusting the Crochet Blanket Size
Each row will have 111 stitches in it. You will work a total of 78 rows for the base of the blanket. Toddler Blanket – Start with a Chain of 125. Each row will have 123 stitches in it.
Is crochet waffle stitch reversible?
It turned out so soft and squishy with a beautiful spongy texture. I used the Double Waffle Crochet stitch and I love the texture it has created. … And what I like about the double waffle stitch is that it’s reversible and looks exactly the same on both sides.