A new fancy lace crochet stitch tutorial for an easy and beginner-friendly stitch: the Ruled Lattice Stitch! You can use it simply as it is or you can feed ribbons and cords through the eyelet sections, just as if they were drawstring channels to close bags and backpacks.
For this swatch, we used our 4 mm (US G6) Beechwood Crochet Hook (choose the right hook size adjusting to your yarn and tension) and Pima Cotton yarn in Niagara, one of the 21 super bright colors available✨
Grab your hook and start crocheting!
How to crochet the Ruled Lattice Stitch
Chain a multiple of 4 + 1 stitches.
- Ch. 1 (does not replace the first sc.), skip 1 ch. from the hook, 1 sc. in every ch. st. below.
Rounds 2 – 3:
- Ch. 1, 1 sc. in every sc. below.
- Ch. 3, 1 dc. in the next sc., skip 2 sts., *work in the next st. as follows: 1 dc., ch. 3, 1 dc., skip 3 sts.*. Repeat from * to *.
- In the fifth to last st., work as follows: 1 dc., ch. 3, 1 dc., skip 2 sts., 1 dc. in each of the last 2 sts.
- Ch. 1, 1 sc. in each of the 3 dc. below, 3 sc. in the next arch, *1 sc. in the next dc., 3 sc. in the next arch*.
- Repeat from * to *, finish off with 1 sc. in each of the following 2 dc., 1 sc. in the first st. of the previous round.
- Repeat from Round 2.
As you can see, all you need to know is how to crochet in Single Crochet (UK Double Crochet) and Double Crochet (UK Treble Crochet). It’s a great stitch for total beginners and to get familiar with the crochet basics. Yes, it’s that easy!
Ruled Lattice Stitch Chart
Use this stitch to crochet your next breezy summer top or any accessory that comes to mind (beach or shopper bags, sun hats…): it’s definitely a summer staple stitch! 🌊
Let us know which project you’re envisioning to crochet using the Ruled Lattice Stitch and share your creations on Instagram using the hashtag #bettaknit! 😉