Moroccan Tiles Crochet Stitch Tutorial

The Moroccan tiles crochet stitch is great for making colours pop! The stitch creates a colourful, textured deign. Its double sided too making it perfect for blankets and throws.

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Moroccan tiles stitch tutorial

The Moroccan tiles stitch makes a double sided fabric. It can be used for a variety of projects but works especially well for blankets. It can be as colourful as you you want it to be by simply changing your yarn. The crochet stitch does need at least 2 colours to give the desired effect.

How it’s made

The Moroccan tiles stitch crochet tutorial is intermediate to advanced skill level. Its a 4 row repeat and to complete the tutorial you will need to know all your basic crochet stitches. You will also need to be confident at changing colours, skipping stitches and dropping rows. You can use any yarn with its recommended crochet hook size to complete the tutorial.

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Moroccan tiles stitch tutorial crochet pattern

Crochet tutorial info

Supplies

  • Any yarn
  • Crochet hook recommended for your yarn.

Abbreviations

USA Terminology (U.K. translation)

  • ch – Chain
  • dc – Double crochet
  • 3dc – 3 dc in 1 space (increase)
  • sc – Single crochet
  • V-st – V-Stitch (dc, ch, dc)

Moroccan tiles stitch tutorial

Do not fasten off colours, carry unworked colour to the end of the rows.

Row 1
  • Use colour A (navy)
  • ch multiples of 3 for desired length
  • ch 2 more then start in 2nd ch from the hook
  • (sc, ch 2 & skip 2) repeat until 3 chains remaining
  • sc in last ch
Moroccan tiles crochet stitch
Row 2
  • Change to colour B (mustard)
  • ch x 2 & turn
  • 3dc in first ch space
  • (ch, 3dc in ch space) Repeat to end of row
  • change to colour A (navy) & dc in last st
Moroccan tiles stitch
Row 3
  • Continue with colour A (navy)
  • ch & turn, work over previous row & into the row before
  • (V-st into sc, ch) Repeat to last 3dc cluster
  • dc in last st
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Row 4
  • Continue with colour A (navy)
  • ch x 2 & turn
  • dc in first stitch
  • Change to colour B (mustard)
  • (ch, 3dc in V-st) Repeat to last V-st
  • Change to colour A (navy)
  • ch, dc in last st
Moroccan tiles crochet pattern
Row 5
  • Continue with colour A (navy)
  • ch & turn, work over previous row & into the row before
  • (V-st into ch space, ch) Repeat to end
V-st crochet
Row 6
  • Change to colour B (mustard)
  • ch x 2 & turn
  • 3dc in first V-st
  • (ch, 3dc in V-st) Repeat to end of row
  • change to colour A (navy) & dc in last st
Row 7
  • Continue with colour A (navy)
  • ch & turn, work over previous row & into the row before
  • (V-st into ch space, ch) Repeat to last cluster
  • dc in last st
Row 8+
  • Repeat rows 4 – 7 until you reach desired size
  • Fasten off & weave in ends

Moroccan Tiles Stitch Tutorial

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