The single crochet mesh stitch is an easy stitch that is a great new stitch for beginners to learn. If you know how to do a chain and the single crochet stitch then you can do this mesh crochet stitch.
This stitch is a lot like the Crochet Moss Stitch, but instead of doing the single crochet stitch into the chain space, you do the single crochet into the single crochet stitch of the previous row.
How To Do the Single Crochet Mesh Stitch
To do the single crochet mesh stitch you start with a single crochet in the first stitch of the row, chain one, skip one stitch, then single crochet in the next stitch. You then repeat the chain one, skip one, and single crochet into the next stitch until you are done with the area that the mesh stitch is needed.
If you are doing an entire row of the mesh stitch, you will want an odd number of stitches in the row for this stitch.
You can see the step by step how to on the mesh stitch down below.
To Start From A Chain:
- Make a chain that is an even number
- Single crochet into the 2nd chain from your hook.
- Chain 1
- Skip the next chain.
- Single Crochet into the following chain that is after the skipped chain.
- Repeat Steps 3 through 5 all the way across the chain.
To Start A New Row:
- Chain 1 and turn your work.
- Single crochet into the first stitch of the row.
- Chain 1 and skip the next chain space.
- Single crochet into the next stitch that is after the skipped chain space.
- Repeat steps 3 and 4 all the way across the row