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DIY Tutorial - How to Crochet Waffle Stitch - Stitchorama by Naztazia

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NEW Videos every Wednesday! Donna Wolfe from Naztazia http://naztazia.com shows you videos from her Stitchorama by Naztazia collection. This is Crochet Post Stitch 005 also known as the Waffle Stitch. http://stitchorama.com Please click on the red SUBSCRIBE button to get notified of brand new videos from Donna Wolfe from Naztazia! Or click here to automatically subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=naztazia Want to post photos of your work? You know you do! Share what you made on the Naztazia Facebook page: http://facebook.com/naztazia Other social media links: Website: http://naztazia.com Facebook: http://facebook.com/naztazia YouTube: http://youtube.com/naztazia Ravelry: http://ravelry.com/designers/naztazia Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/naztazia Google+: http://plus.google.com/+naztazia Instagram: http://instagram.com/naztazia Help me translate this video into other languages: http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_video?ref=share&v=CyfsOpMeM0w Want to help me translate my other videos? http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?c=UCUCRKFasGHLgV057NziOLJg&tab=2 #naztazia Pattern, text, photos, video © 2017 Naztazia® Music written and performed by Donna Wolfe
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naztazia (1 year ago)
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Christian Pkp (10 months ago)
Carole Akers (1 year ago)
Maradana m (1 year ago)
naztazia for this pattern which number needle can be used
Tammy Tubb (1 month ago)
What yarn do you use?
Maria Axalu Rosario (1 month ago)
Very nice pattern and I would like to try it out. Thanks.
Chaldene (1 month ago)
Thank you for this video, it's very easy to follow. I appreciate how short and clear it is compared to other videos
Carolyn Benton (2 months ago)
When should I do color changes
naztazia (2 months ago)
I usually do them every 2 rows, but you can do whatever you wish.
Sojourner Shrink (2 months ago)
Another FANTASTIC video Ty! Adore the brevity!🌷
Clarice Vercelhese (2 months ago)
Very objective and good teacher. Well done.
Ragini Deshpande (2 months ago)
Love ur work. Great
Alex Forever (2 months ago)
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Alex Forever (2 months ago)
Piper Tudhope (2 months ago)
Best variation! Beautiful 🥰
Kristy Harrison (3 months ago)
Thank you!! I have looked at so many other videos on this stitch and was having a hard time following along. You made it so much easier!
nmstecroix (3 months ago)
Love this pattern
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April George (3 months ago)
Used this tutorial and made a beautiful blanket for a precious little girl. Thank you.
Julie North (3 months ago)
I am trying to find a patern that goes 4 double chrochet stitches than 4 single all the way along than on next row the doubles on top of the double and singles on top of singles than next rows are opposite against help would be great
karen tyson (4 months ago)
What yarn did you use, its beautiful
Bobbi Boodram (4 months ago)
Hi Naztazia, beautiful tutorial! Thank you for sharing.
wahnema hardin (4 months ago)
I have to echo others comments. Your videos are straight forward and easy to understand. Not a lot of chatter and I like that!! Your new follower...…...wahnema
Sonija May (5 months ago)
thank you!
Fluid Pour Art by Greg (5 months ago)
Very easy to follow, as usual. Love watching your tutorials! You make it easy to want to try these patterns
Shirley Brown (6 months ago)
Absolutely a lot of fun stitch. once you get the hang of it
Nikkis Love (6 months ago)
omg thank you. i like how you did this video.
Emily Cannon (6 months ago)
Thank you, this was super helpful. Super straightforward and easy to follow. I'll be using this to make a Christmas present for my little sister. Thanks!
Catherine Bashiruddin (7 months ago)
You are an amazing instructor!! Thank you
Sandra Patenaude (7 months ago)
What yarn is used for your sample? So pretty
Shirley Brown (7 months ago)
I'm making a blanket using this pattern! I've learned a few from you already
Lizzy Morris (8 months ago)
Hi Donna can you please show your version of the c2c by naztzia please
eva garden (8 months ago)
I appreciate your showing clear view of each stitch you make.
eva garden (8 months ago)
Thank you for the instruction! Is it possible to print on YouTube the hook size or letter and yarn size🤓 for projects? It would be helpful to us wanting to make the project.
Mayang Indocom (8 months ago)
saya faham...
Claudia Palacios (9 months ago)
Hello and good morning Ms. Donna! Oh please! I love the color of this waffle blanket. Can you please tell me the name of this color and the brand? I do thank you! Heavenly!
naztazia (9 months ago)
Hello! I believe the yarn brand I used is called "Snuggly Wuggly Yarn" - it is made by "Loops & Threads" found at Michaels Craft Stores in America. I never took note of the exact color name, but it's an aqua blue, a mint green, light yellow, and a coral color.
Roseanne Tracy (9 months ago)
I love this Waffle Stitch. You speak well and thank you for your instructions
Melinda Kiper (9 months ago)
You make it looks so easy!
fionna pillow (9 months ago)
Why work into the 5th chain? I was always taught to work into the 3rd chain when doing a row of DC
Ann mai Davies (7 months ago)
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fionna pillow (9 months ago)
naztazia very helpful,thank you!
naztazia (9 months ago)
This is a different situation. More skipped chains on Row 1 are actually for Row 2. On Row 2, you'll be doing front post stitches. Front post stitches pull the stitches forward. Between DCs, this pulling looks nice and gives it a 3D look. Near the end of Row 2, which is where your Row 1's starting stitches are, the front post stitch will pull the next to the last stitch and those skipped starting chains forward. If you only have 2 or 3 skipped chains, it will bunch up and not look even. By working into the 5th chain on Row 1, there is a little more "give" for when you do your last front post stitch/then DC on Row 2.
Chamodhi Abeysekara (10 months ago)
Wooow 💐
Laura K (10 months ago)
What type of yarn do you use? Specifically for washcloths. I understand cotton is best, but what brands?
naztazia (10 months ago)
In this video I'm using acrylic yarn for the sample. As far as cotton, almost every manufacturer makes a 100% cotton yarn that works for dishcloths. Depending upon what country you are in, the brand names vary.
BBknits (10 months ago)
Beautiful!!! Thinking about a nice warm blanket! TFS <3
Andrea Muse (11 months ago)
Just love your clear and short tutorials! 😍😍
jodie kingsley (1 year ago)
Hi how are yo uh I been watching your crochet. Been. Ben watching from jodie
Anuradha Manohar (1 year ago)
Hi. I love all your videos and I have tried most of them 😁😁😁
em (1 year ago)
You make it look so easy! I'm a beginner but I'm going to try this out. Thank you so much! I love this pattern.
Debbie O (1 year ago)
You explain very well. You are easy to understand. Thank you.
Julie Stump (1 year ago)
I love your pattern better than other👍🏼
Какая вы молодчина! Все понятно. Видео все отличные.
B.s Shanthi (1 year ago)
Very nice mam..
Tiffany L (1 year ago)
Hi, I dying to make a blanket with this stitch. For a throw blanket using a similar yarn and hook, how many chains should I do? I'm using Caron Big cakes.
naztazia (1 year ago)
This particular stitch is just a multiple of 3.
Tiffany L (1 year ago)
naztazia thank you. Do I need to add any extra stitches at the end (for example many patterns say to work x amount of stitches and then add a couple at the end for the foundation row). Is the same true for this or does the number I go with need just to be a multiple of 3?
naztazia (1 year ago)
The pattern is a multiple of 3, so you can chain whatever length you want, as long as the number is divisible by 3. If you want a blanket that is (for example) 50" wide, I generally chain 52-54" worth of chains that are also a multiple of 3.
ladygray4 (1 year ago)
What size Yarn and hook did you use? I like how squishy it looks!!
naztazia (1 year ago)
DK weight yarn and 4mm hook.
Carolyn Spohn (1 year ago)
So nice
Sueanne Lear (1 year ago)
Do you know what I really appreciate about your tutorials they are to the point and easy to follow and you don't just talk talk talk like some of the other tutorials on crochet and beading. Drives me crazy so thank you!
Emily Ann (3 months ago)
Yeah I agree
Kawaljeet Kaur (4 months ago)
Terri-TN (1 year ago)
This is so pretty, Donna! Do you think it would work out right if you crochet it in the round to make a cowl, or would it be best to work flat and seam up the ends to form cowl? Thanks so much!
Terri-TN (1 year ago)
naztazia Thanks for your quick reply! I'll re-watch your instructions later tonight and then give it a try! I have enjoyed making and wearing cowls this winter and think this stitch would make a pretty and warm cowl around my neck! I love your tutorials, you're a good teacher!! :-)
naztazia (1 year ago)
Absolutely it would!
Donna Siracusa (1 year ago)
If you would like to change colors, do you change colors at every second row?
naztazia (1 year ago)
I generally change colors every two rows (or find a yarn that automatically changes about every 2 rows). You can do whatever pattern you wish though.
Susan Naeata (1 year ago)
What size is your hook
naztazia (1 year ago)
4.5 mm hook.
Deborah Corona (1 year ago)
Love this
ThAnk you! I learn a lot from your patterns. One pattern that I have a hard time learn is the virus blanket.That could be a idea
Pippa Roberts (1 year ago)
Danielle Racine Racine ppk
Biresh Sapna (1 year ago)
Hello naztazia.i m indian your crochet teaching is so good thank you
Anjali Deshpande (1 year ago)
I love your work i am doing your patterns thanks
Denise Brzeczek (1 year ago)
hi naztazia, i want to do this like you have in different colours,please can you tell me when do i change colours,,thankyou,denise
naztazia (1 year ago)
Hello! I changed colors every two rows.
Monica Diblasi (1 year ago)
Muy lindos trabajos😄
familyperrine (1 year ago)
Donna, what yarn is this? It really is pretty with this stitch. I always love how colorful your work is.
naztazia (1 year ago)
Most of my stitchorama videos just use up odds and ends from my stash. I changed colors every 2 rows, so I used some pink, yellow, green and blue.
Mamta Himathsingka (1 year ago)
Carola (1 year ago)
Thank you Donna🌷🌷 Such a beautiful pattern and amazing instructions! You're the Best! 💟💚💜💖
Amy West (1 year ago)
This is my absolute favorite stitch. It's very warm and very light. Thanks for the video.
Thank you so much 🌲
Jk Sh (1 year ago)
Very nice
fiona sting (1 year ago)
Amazing video ! Thank you ! 💗
Milana Smeckaya (1 year ago)
Спасибо, класс!
Hi from littlekniteve ,do you have a video on how to knit sock , happy Christmas 🎄
naztazia (1 year ago)
Hello! Not yet - but soon :)
Lourdes Moreno (1 year ago)
Qué bonita puntada! Como para una manta calientita. Gracias por tan bonito tutorial! Saludos desde San Luis Potosí México
Margaret Davies (1 year ago)
Thank you. I always thought this looked a completed stitch but you've made a fab demonstration and it looks easy. Lovely x
Shelley Whalen (1 year ago)
That is beautiful you’re rainbow 🌈 sample is that 2 rows of each colour and can you use any yarn with appropriate hook size thanks for sharing hugs 🤗 Shelley 💕
naztazia (1 year ago)
You got it - 2 rows of each color. And yes, any yarn type, weight or fiber is fine (just look on the label for suggested hook size).
Maradana m (1 year ago)
Which number needle can we use
naztazia (1 year ago)
Any size hook that works for your yarn. For example, a worsted weight yarn is good with a 5 mm hook.
kaz gates (1 year ago)
Thanks Naztazia, ive been wanting to try this pattern for ages but couldn't find a tutorial that was clear enough so thanks for sharing with us x
omar nasseer (1 year ago)
I love the colours so much keep going 😋 Donna nice job 🙆
Doaa Rashad (1 year ago)
Thank you very much
Jennifer Kiny (1 year ago)
Absolutely superb...
Sunita Verma (1 year ago)
Nice video
Biswajit Ghosh (1 year ago)
It's very nice but it's very hard for me cause I am beginner but thank you very much for the new creation
Elizabeth McInnis (1 year ago)
Thank you for your videos, they are so helpful for me since I am a beginner.
Can you make a knitting tutorial
naztazia (1 year ago)
My beginner knitting videos are here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HHjftEZQxNc&list=PL-Wznh_zZEy8XGv8wabMUxzrOqSNTa8s5
Azeem Raja (1 year ago)
Great i like your all vedeos
Rodrigo Anaya (1 year ago)
Gracias por ese hermoso trabajo
ام الدانه (1 year ago)
Nice ⚘
susana gallardo (1 year ago)
Muy bonito gracias.
Imtiyaz Qureshi (1 year ago)
Please upload ladies sweater 😊😊😊😊
naztazia (1 year ago)
Imtiyaz Qureshi (1 year ago)
Nice 👍
eny Fachrurazy (1 year ago)
Thank you
eny Fachrurazy (1 year ago)
Thank you
eny Fachrurazy (1 year ago)
Thank you
eny Fachrurazy (1 year ago)
Thank you
Lisa Manola (1 year ago)
Thank you🌹❤️😘
Atiya Javaid (1 year ago)
Beautiful thanks for sharing
Wendell Monster (1 year ago)
I love watching you crochet. You pick out the most beautiful colors . that would make a beautiful baby blanket. Thank you for your videos😊 Sue💕
Mireya Ramirez (11 months ago)
Wendell Monster l
Deborah Cutler (1 year ago)
Thank you for showing this one.
Hiii I am really impressed with your work ,I am wondering if you might allow me to translate your videos into Arabic my language so more people will get to learn your art with your name and your channel on the video of course
Thanks for your prompt reply , that’s a good idea ,thx again☺️
naztazia (1 year ago)
I do not permit uploading of my videos to other channels. However you can contribute Arabic translations on all of my videos at the following link. YouTube will also place your name on the video as the Arabic translator: http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_video?ref=share&v=CyfsOpMeM0w
amira ebrahim (1 year ago)
I miss you very much and thank you
Candy Libby (1 year ago)
still can't find it
Thelma Yadan (1 year ago)
i can see the pattern. Maybe something is wrong with your computer.
Candy Libby (1 year ago)
the pattern is not on your site
Caran Wessel (1 year ago)
I can see it on there. Maybe you need to refresh your browser.

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