Brick Stitch Crochet Tutorial

The brick stitch is such a fun, eye catching crochet stitch. This stitch has it all, texture, popping colour combos and it’s reversible.

Brick stitch crochet tutorial
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Brick stitch tutorial

The brick stitch is reversible and looks identical on both sides. You can get creative and use as many colours as you like for your ‘bricks’.

How it’s made

The brick stitch crochet tutorial is intermediate to advanced skill level. Its a 8 row repeat and to complete the tutorial you will need to know all your basic crochet stitches as well as knowing how to drop rows and change colours. You can use any yarn with its recommended crochet hook size to complete the tutorial.

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Brick stitch tutorial crochet pattern

Supplies

  • Any yarn
  • Crochet hook recommended for your yarn.

Abbreviations

USA Terminology

  • ch – Chain
  • dc – Double crochet
  • hdc – Half double crochet
  • sc – Single crochet
  • st – Stitch

Brick stitch tutorial free crochet pattern

Row 1
  • Use main colour (blue)
  • ch multiples of 8 for desired length
  • ch 2 more then start in 2nd ch from the hook
  • sc in all chains
Row 2
  • ch 1 & turn
  • sc in all stitches
  • ch x 2 and secure yarn to go back to later
Row 3
  • Turn work
  • Skip first st & attach brick colour (pink) to second st
  • *sc, hdc, dc x 3, hdc, sc, ch & skip st* : Repeat until 1 stitch remaining
Row 4
  • ch & turn
  • *sc, hdc, dc x 3, hdc, sc, ch & skip st* : Repeat until 1 stitch is remaining
  • Fasten off
Row 5
  • Go back to main colour (blue)
  • dc over the chains and into previous blue row
  • *sc x 7 in current row, dc over chains & into previous blue row*: repeat to end
Row 6
  • ch & turn
  • sc in all stitches
  • Change to brick colour (pink) on last stitch & ch x 2
  • Fasten off main colour (blue)
Row 7
  • dc x 2, hdc, sc, ch & skip st
  • *sc, hdc, dc x 3, hdc, sc, ch & skip st* : Repeat until 4 stitches are remaining
  • sc, hdc, dc x 2
Row 8
  • ch 2 & turn
  • dc x 2, hdc, sc, ch & skip st
  • *sc, hdc, dc x 3, hdc, sc, ch & skip st* : Repeat until 4 st left
  • sc, hdc, dc x 2
  • Change to main colour (blue) on last stitch
  • Fasten off brick colour (pink)
Row 9
  • ch & turn
  • sc x 4
  • dc over the chains and into previous blue row
  • *sc x 7 in current row, dc over chains & into previous blue row*: repeat until 4 stitches are remaining
  • sc x 4
Row 10+
  • Repeat row 2 to 9 until you reach desired size
  • Fasten off & weave in ends.

Brick Stitch Tutorial

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