If you love to learn new crochet stitches, give this simple and textured one try!

This design is worked with the chain, single and double crochet stitches with just one repeating row, so it’s great for beginners and experienced crocheters (and everyone in between).

Because this fabric is worked with basic stitches in a simple repeat, you’ll be able to easily work this without a lot of thinking and counting.

The best thing about this stitch is that it creates a reversible crochet fabric; that means either side can be the right side and neither side is the wrong side! The Woven Stitch looks great on both sides because it looks exactly the same either way.

The Woven Stitch is a really basic texture, creating a dense fabric that can be used in so many ways: washcloth, tote bag, sweater, pillow cover, blanket, and more.

It’s a great stitch to try because:

  • Practice it with cotton yarn to make a washcloth (bonus, these are great gift ideas)!
  • The textured fabric is great for the kitchen or bathroom!
  • You’ll get to practice crochet skills: even stitch and pattern tension, gauge & size, finishing techniques & more!

Before you get started…

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Let’s get started!

Pattern Designed By: Salena Baca Crochet. This pattern is copyright protected; it is unlawful to distribute this pattern in any form (free, sale or trade).

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Yarn: The example was made with Lily Sugar’n Cream yarn (100% cotton).

Tools: US Size (H/8) 5 mm crochet hook, measuring tape, scissors.

Gauge: Not crucial for this project

Finished Size: 8.5″ x 8.5″

Stitch Guide: Ch(s) – chain(s), Sc – single crochet, St(s) – stitch(es), Dc – double crochet


  • This stitch pattern can be repeated in any even multiple (add 1 for the turning ch, which does not count as a st).
  • Want to learn more about stitch repeats? Check out our Sizing Course (part of the Learning Path, included in the Crochet Membership).
  • You can finish this project by weaving or sewing in ends! Check out our video tutorial to learn more about both!


Ch 29

Row 1: Skip 1 Ch (not a St), [Sc into 1 St, Dc into next St] across row – 28 Sts; 14 Sc + 14 Dc

Row 2: Ch 1 (not a St), turn, [Sc into 1 St, Dc into next St] across row – 28 Sts; 14 Sc + 14 Dc

Repeat row 2 until 24 rows complete, fasten off.

Finishing: Sew in ends, trim excess.

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  1. Meggan Lloyd says:

    First time on any blog where clicking an image to pin actually allowed me to pin it.

  2. I’m excited to make a cloth today!

  3. This is also called as moss stitch . I have made a blazer in this

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