Recently, I’ve discovered The Herringbone Stitch and I started using it in my designs. The HDC stitch is my favorite crochet stitch, and adding this different take on the HDC stitch to create a textured and fun design was enthralling. I’ve compiled a list of patterns the use the Herringbone Stitch in different ways for you to enjoy.
Choose a bright solid color yarn to show off the interesting herringbone stitch with chain spaces forming a zigzag lace pattern. This yarn feels smooth next to your skin for a cowl that is a joy to wear.
This Herringbone Buttoned Cowl is a wonderfully comfortable cowl that closes up with buttons to be styled to your desire. The yarn used makes this cowl soft and squishy and sits fairly close to your neck for style, warmth and comfort.
This infinity scarf is worked in the back loops only when making the herringbone stitch. It gives one side a textured look and the other side a smoother finish.
Using this scrumptious multi-color yarn will give you multiple options for accessorizing your wardrobe. The pattern features the interesting herringbone stitch with chain spaces that form a zigzag lace pattern. It’s the perfect gift cowl!
This textured scarf is crocheted from side to side. A lacy shell edging is added at the end, making it a lovely gift for someone special.
A clean, crisp and graphic cushion cover with a beautifully textured stitch pattern. Use the included multiples to adjust the size for whatever you wish–differently sized pillow, blanket, dishcloth, cowl, etc.
I hope that you enjoy this pattern compilation!
As always, much love and happy hooking!