The Best Waffle Stitch Ideas and Free Crochet Patterns

The beautiful structural waffle stitch is evidently among the most beautiful raised crochet stitches. It creates little squares, just like on a tasty waffle. In today’s collection, you will surely find The Best Waffle Stitch Ideas. We have found a couple of projects that showcase this lovely technique in different ways. You can make all kinds of things using it – a kitchen accessory, a blanket, or a rug. Whatever you can think of! It’s not hard to learn so try it today! Check out the free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!


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Watson Waffle Cardigan Free Crochet Pattern

Minimalism is always a good idea and this pattern by Lakeside Loops certainly proves it. We mean, isn’t this cardigan to die for? So versatile and stylish. Pieces like this one never go out of fashion. Does it suit your wardrobe?

Level: intermediate Author: Lakeside Loops

The original pattern and the photos are on lakesideloops.com. More info on ravelry.com.

Arcade Waffle Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

Do you know that this awesome pattern is available in a couple of sizes? You can make a baby blanket, a small throw, or a large bedspread for your king-size bed. We bet you would like to try a few different color palettes, right? This pattern is a must-have in your library, without a doubt!

Level: intermediate Author: Lindsey Dale

The original pattern and the photos are on windingroadcrochet.com. More info on ravelry.com.

The Roisín Cardigan Free Crochet Pattern

Let’s continue this post with something you can add to your wardrobe. This crochet cardigan is so wonderfully simple! The one and only waffle stitch looks spectacular and the neutral beige makes it so versatile. Mix it with different outfits this season!

Level: intermediate Author: Carrie M Chambers

The original pattern and the photos are on crochetwithcarrie.com. More info on ravelry.com.

Hook ‘n’ Learn – Waffle Stitch Free Crochet Pattern

Here you will find an easy tutorial on the basics of waffle stitch. If you have never tried this technique before, this is certainly a great place to start! The brilliant author, an expert on the matter, will surely take you from zero to waffle stitch hero.

Level: intermediate Author: Lucy Croft

The original pattern is on ravelry.com. More info on this version and the photos are on ravelry.com.

Baby Waffle Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

Oh, the never-ending pastel charm! Our favorite waffle stitch looks so delightful in these light-toned shades. Warm pink, neutral creamy white and cool turquoise create a very delicious cocktail here. And this color play? So on point!

Level: upper beginner Author: Michael Sellick

The original pattern is on thecrochetcrowd.com. More info on ravelry.com. Info about this version and the photos are on ravelry.com.

Raised Squared Waffle Free Crochet Pattern

This square waffle stitch blanket will certainly look awesome both in warm and cool colors. Choose a mix that best suits your nursery or children’s bedroom and get on with it! Can you imagine how soft this blankie must feel? So amazing!

Level: upper beginner Author: Buttonnose Crochet

The original pattern is on ravelry.com. More info on this version and the photos are on ravelry.com.

Color Block Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

Who loves color blocking as much as we do? The modern effect is so awesome! Whether you are crocheting for kids or adults, you should certainly learn this technique and incorporate it into your projects. Maria’s Blue Crayon will guide you!

Level: upper beginner Author: Maria’s Blue Crayon

The original pattern and the photos are on mariasbluecrayon.com. More info on ravelry.com.

Fomhar Pocket Cardigan Free Crochet Pattern

We all want to wear a cardigan like this one this season, without a doubt! If you are getting your wardrobe ready for fall and winter, you should certainly put this crochet pattern by Carrie M Chambers on your to-do list. What color will you go for?

Level: upper beginner Author: Carrie M Chambers

The original pattern is on crochetwithcarrie.com. More info on ravelry.com. The bottom photo is on Instagram

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