Crochet Basics: Wattle Stitch
The crocheted wattle stitch is quite simple and creates a beautiful texture that I especially like for baby blankets. However, it also works wonderfully for scarves and tea towels.
Once you have done a few repeats, you will not need a pattern, so you can perfectly recreate this stitch while watching your favorite show TV. I do not know about you, but quiet crochet stitches are my favorite. When you get into a good rhythm while crocheting, it's perfect for mindful crocheting.
Multiple of 3
Starting in the 3rd chain from the hook, *work SC, CH 1, DC. Skip two chains. Repeat from * across the row. When 3 chains remain, skip 2 and work 1 SC into the last chain. CH 2 and turn.
Skipping the first two stitches, start in the first chain space with *SC, CH 1, DC. Skip two stitches. Repeat from * across the row ending with 1 SC in turning chain. CH 2 and turn.
Repeat row 2 until you reach your desired size.
I hope that this has helped you to be able to crochet the wattle stitch!