Celtic Weave Crochet Free Pattern

How to Crochet - Celtic Weave crochet has also been referred to as the diagonal weave and interweave stitch. Whatever you call it, it creates a beautiful, thick texture that looks stunning! I used this stitch with a simple border to make one of my memory blankets, also It makes a great stitch for warm hats or cowls.

This is a free tutorial for the Celtic Weave crochet stitch. If you would like to add some Celtic inspiration to your project, consider using this beautiful textured stitch, we have best pattern for you. Celtic Weave crochet has also been referred to as the diagonal weave and interweave stitch. Whatever you call it, it creates a beautiful, thick texture that looks stunning! I used this stitch with a simple border to make one of my memory blankets, also It makes a great stitch for warm hats or cowls.

Brighten the winter months with this cheerful project! This dishcloth features a textured woven inspired stitch, using both the front post treble stitch and the back post treble stitch. The end result is a beautiful dishcloth that will last through wash after wash.

Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Sizes: 10” square
Yarn Lines: Dishie Multi Yarn
Yardage: 95
Needles/Hooks Suggested: Size G/6 (4mm): crochet hook

How to Crochet - Celtic Weave crochet has also been referred to as the diagonal weave and interweave stitch. Whatever you call it, it creates a beautiful, thick texture that looks stunning! I used this stitch with a simple border to make one of my memory blankets, also It makes a great stitch for warm hats or cowls.

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