15 Crochet Patterns That Use The Double Crochet Stitch

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If you love the double crochet stitch (dc), you’ll love these easy patterns that use the double crochet stitch. The dc stitch is one of the most popular crochet stitches. It’s easy to learn and very versatile.

The dc stitch is one of the most popular crochet stitches. It’s easy to learn and very versatile. The double crochet stitch (dc) is a tall stitch that can be used to make everything from sweaters to blankets and scarves to hats and shawls.

Gather Your Crochet Supplies

  • Crochet Hook: These Clover Amour crochet hooks are the most comfortable ergonomic crochet hooks!
  • Stitch Markers: I love using these colorful stitch markers to mark my stitches.
  • Row Counter: With this tally counter, I never lose track of what row I’m on when I crochet.

How to Do a Double Crochet Stitch

To do a double crochet stitch, yarn over and insert your hook into the next stitch and pull through a loop. You should have three loops on your hook at this point. Yarn over again and pull through two loops. Yarn over again and pull through the last two loops.

1. Everygirl Sweater


This is an updated version of the original Everygirl sweater. I’ve actually made a few of the Everygirl sweaters because I love how lovely they turn out. I’ll definitely be making myself the updated version too. Get the pattern free pattern from Hooked on Handmade Happiness. You can also download the ad-free PDF.

2. Movie Night Cocoon Cardi

Movie Night Cocoon Cardi

No matter the occasion, this cocoon cardigan is sure to keep you warm and cozy. It can be worn as a light summerweight or heavy winter garment if you use a chunkier yarn. Get the free pattern.

3. Granny Square Sweater Vest


I’ve been really loving how vintage fashions are coming into style in the crochet community. This 70s granny square sweater vest is perfect if you’re looking for a stylish and simple project. Get the pattern from Hooked By Lou.

4. Simple Double Crochet Hat

Simple Double Crochet Hat

If you’re looking for an easy beginner-friendly crochet hat pattern, this is the pattern for you. Make one for yourself and a few to give away as gifts. Get the pattern on Ravelry.

5. Gigi Jumper


I am in love with this Gigi crochet jumper. This gorgeous jumper would make a wonderful gift for friends and family. Get the pattern from Holly Woodward Designs.

6. Granny Shawl


If you’re a fan of the granny square, you’ll love this granny shawl. A free stitch chart is included along with this free crochet pattern. Get the crochet pattern from Rescued Paw Designs.

7. Paw Coasters


This is a must make pattern for all cat and dog owners. These paw print coasters are so cute and will be fun to make using different colors. Get the video pattern from Crochet Beja. *English subtitles are provided in the video tutorial.* Get the PDF here.

8. Granny Stripes Blanket

Granny Strips Crochet Blanket

This blanket is one of the first crochet projects I worked on. Not only is this blanket fun to work on, but it’s so soft and looks great with all the different colors. Get the pattern on Ravelry.

9. Sweater with Letter


I love this crochet with a letter pattern. This pattern will show you how to crochet a simple sweater with a letter placed in the middle of the sweater. Get the pattern from Crochet with Meg.

10. Wishing Well Fade Shawl


This beautiful Wish Well Fade shawl is absolutely stunning. This shawl works up in a weekend and is suitable for beginners. The pattern is one size fits most women; however, there are instructions for adjusting the shawl for kids or plus sizes. Get the pattern from Sewrella.

11. The Radiate Crochet Dress


If you’re looking for cute and unique patterns, I highly recommend checking out Dream Crochet Shoppe. This oversized sunflower dress is the perfect addition to your summer wardrobe. Get the pattern from Dream Crochet Shoppe.

12. Easy Dog Sweater


What I love about this easy dog sweater is that there are no seams to sew. This is a one piece pullover vest. Not only is it cute and stylish, but it’s so easy to make. Get the pattern from Mouse and Thimble.



This fun turban-style crochet headband is so trendy and warm. Plus, it’s reversible, which means you can wear it both ways. This is a free ear warmer pattern that you’ll love. Get the pattern from Loopingly Made.


I’ve been a fan of Sewrella for years. Ashleigh creates some of the best crochet wearables that I’ve come across. Everything that she creates is stylish and fits really nicely. Get the pattern from Sewrella.

15. Simple Crochet Sweater


Hooked on Homemade Happiness is my go to for tried-and-true crochet patterns. The items that I crochet always turn out great, and this sweater is no different. Get the free sweater pattern or download the ad-free PDF.

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