Brick Stitch in Crochet: Easy Beginner Stitch

Crochet Brick Stitch

Crochet Brick Stitch

This Brick Stitch pattern was created with multiple colors in row 2 repeats.
This would be a great stitch for scarves, afghans, hats, baby blankets, and these are just a few suggestions.

Something you should know, though, is that the brick stitch seems to be a generic term that describes more than one type of crochet stitch. This is a typical problem that crafters run into frequently, and it is definitely true with crochet brick stitch.

So don't be surprised if you see a "brick stitch" pattern that looks different from what you see here. They are all patterns that resemble bricks, and so they have been called the brick stitch even though they may be very different crochet stitches.

Crochet Brick Stitch Tutorial

Hook size 6.5 mm
Weight 4
For this project, 100% Acrylic yarn was used

This pattern calls for multiples of 6 and includes a two-row repeat.

Foundation Row: Create as many chains as desired in multiples of 6.

Row 1 of Pattern
Turn and Chain 6 (6 ch counts as first space)*sc in next chain, skip two ch, sc in next chain.* Repeat from * across row.

Row 2: Turn—Ch 3 (this counts as first double crochet). Dc two times in the same space. *in next space, dc 3 times* repeat from *to end of row.

Repeat rows 2 and 3 to create the pattern

Make the original foundation loose.

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