Here are seven easy single crochet patterns for the beginner! Since I’ve been sharing a learn to crochet series, I thought I’d round up some easy to crochet patterns that incorporate the stitches you’ve been learning. The first “real” crochet stitch we learned here on The Birch Cottage blog was the Single Crochet (sc) stitch.
So, let’s take a look at seven really easy single crochet patterns that are perfect for beginners. Actually, the Chevron Baby Blanket is probably the most challenging of the seven projects I’m sharing today, but, it shows you exactly what you can do with one little stitch!
Although I really can’t stress enough how important it is to practice the basics over and over until you’re able to create stitches that are consistent in size, you do need to actually use the stitches in projects! I mean, how are you ever going to learn to put all the skills and techniques together if you don’t ever actually begin a crochet project?
Afterall, that’s why you’re here, right?!
7 Easy Single Crochet Patterns
These seven easy to crochet patterns all have one thing in common – they incorporate the single crochet (sc) stitch in their pattern. You also need to know how to hold a crochet hook, hold your crochet yarn, how to make a slip knot and how to crochet a chain.
Fortunately, you can find tutorials for each of those techniques right here on the blog. I’ve also created videos for each so you can easily follow along. In fact, you may even want to visit my YouTube channel and subscribe so you’ll be one of the first to know when I release a new crochet tutorial or pattern.
Julie from Julie Measures shares this easy to make knotted headband that is made using the single crochet stitch. This pattern can easily be modified to make the headband larger or smaller.
I love buttons. I love crochet projects like this pattern from Jenny and Teddy that incorporate the use of buttons. This is another easy to make crocheted headband that uses single crochet.
Just a little variation on your typical headband pattern from Crochet Dreamz. This would be so cute made out of a pretty variegated yarn!
Single crochet makes for a nice close stitch – perfect for crocheting coasters, like these from Jessie at Home. I recommend using cotton yarn for this project. It’ll be super absorbent, washable and sturdy!
This is Lee Lee’s favorite washcloth pattern for crochet. The reason? It works up incredibly soft and luxurious feeling!
This single crochet chevron baby blanket from Daisy Farm Crafts is one of my favorite patterns. Tiffany does a great job explaining exactly how to crochet each stitch. You’ll love this oldie but a goody chevron crochet pattern.
7 Easy Single Crochet Patterns
I hope that these seven single crochet projects give you an idea of some of the easy crochet projects that you can do to begin to use your new crochet skills.
Learning to crochet can be intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be frustrating! Practice makes perfect! And, like I keep saying like a broken record – you really do want to practice your basic crochet stitches over and over so that they become second nature and so that you’re able to crochet stitches that are consistent in size.
If you need a little more help with the single crochet stitch, you can watch my video below or watch it on YouTube:
I look forward to sharing more crochet tutorials with you as we embark on this learn to crochet journey together!
Til next time…