Crochet stitch easy Judith stitch free crochet pattern + video tutorial

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Are you looking for an easy crochet stitch for baby blankets, scarves, or kitchen towels? Look no further! This modern one-row repeat easy crochet stitch tutorial is a perfect choice. You’ll be surprised at how easy it is once you try it!

Crochet Judith Stitch Sample

The Judith stitch is an easy-to-follow crochet stitch that uses basic crochet stitches like single crochet and double crochet stitches to create a stylish and modern look. With the Judits stitch pattern, you can crochet blankets, scarves, kitchen towels, dishcloths, and much more. The possibilities are endless.

What yarn should I use?

You can use worsted weight yarn for a baby blanket or double knit (DK) weight yarn for a different crochet project, and in both ways, the stitch looks gorgeous. If you are a beginner, the best yarn for you will be the worsted-weight yarn, but as you can see on my swatch, thinner yarn works perfectly as well.

Is the Judith stitch difficult to learn?

The stitch multiple is easy to remember and is one row repeat if we do not count the single crochet row for each wrong side of our work, which makes it the perfect choice for a mediative and relaxing crochet project.

What are the color options?

If you don’t like weaving in ends, use only one color of yarn instead of multiple colors, and the final result will be outstanding as well if you use multiple colors. By using multiple colors, you can crochet a scrap yarn blanket and use the half-balls we all have in our stash.

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How to crochet Judith stitch video tutorial


ch(s)- chain(s)

sc- single crochet

dc- double crochet

sk- skip

st(s)- stitch(es)

trch- turning chain

**- repeat the stitches in the ** indicated times

Materials needed

  • Kartopu Baby one 100 g/250m, Anti-pilling 100% Acrylic yarn in 6 different colors.

  • 4 mm crochet hook size

  • scissors

  • tapestry needle for weaving in ends

Pattern notes

The pattern is written in US crochet terminology.

Ch3 is counted as a stitch here and throughout the pattern.

The pattern stitch multiple is 3+2+1.

I used 6 different colors, but it is up to you to add more or less.

Pro tip: The stitch can lean to one side, but after blocking, it will straighten.

Step-by-step written pattern

For the gauge swatch:

Row 1:(WS) Ch 36, 1 sc in second ch from hook, sc in each across, turn

Row 2: (RS) ch3, * sk 1 st, 1 dc in next 2 sts, go back to the stitch we skipped and make 1 dc into it* rep till the last st, dc into the last st.

Row 3: (WS) ch1, 1 sc in each st across, turn

Row 4: (RS) ch3, * sk 1 st, 1 dc in next 2 sts, go back to the stitch we skipped and make 1 dc into it * but work the stitch in the space 1 row below as shown in the picture rep till the last st, 1 dc into the last st.

Row 5: (WS) ch1, 1 sc in each across

Repeat rows 4 and 5 until the desired length or 24 rows. I switched the colors every other row, which means after each single crochet row. At the end, weave in the ends with a yarn needle.

Happy crocheting!


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  1. Really cute stitch & I will probably use this for an Afghan. My question is in the videos it looks like either 2 or 3 stitches are skipped after each set but your instructions don’t indicate that. Can you streighten me out on that?

    1. Hello, Dawn Because we work 3 dc and the last dc is worked in the skipped st, maybe you think that I skip stitches but not. We skip 1 st, and work dc in next 2 sts, then we go back to the stitch we skipped and work 1 dc. You have to repeat this to the end of the row! Hope this will clear it for you.

      1. Thank you so much for the answer but I did figure it out, after I already sent my question in I was thinking about & looking at it then I seen it & felt like duh you dummy so I took some yarn out & came out perfectly. Thanks again, can’t wait to get the yarn I’m going to use & get my next project going. Love the stitch!

  2. I love this pattern and I am going to try it – as a lefty!!! How do you think it would look as a baby blanket with several rows of one color before changing to the next color?

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