14 Crochet Patterns that Use the Single Crochet Stitch

If you’re looking to learn a simple crochet stitch, the single crochet stitch (sc) is a great place to start. The sc stitch is easy to learn and fun to work with.

The sc stitch is worked by inserting your hook into the stitch (or chain), pulling the yarn through, yarning over, and pulling the yarn through the loop. The single crochet stitch is a shorter stitch that can be used to make everything from sweaters to blankets to amigurumi and more.

If you’re ready to get started with this fun and easy stitch, here are 14 crochet patterns that use the single crochet stitch.

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1. Vienna Sweater

Crochet Vienna Sweater

This oversized turtleneck sweater is so beautiful. It really looks like something you would buy at a department store. Get the pattern for the Vienna Sweater.

2. Pretzel Brooch

crochet Pretzel Brooch

Twinkie Chan is my favorite crochet artist, so I’m super happy to be sharing this pattern with you if you aren’t familiar with her work. This brooch is a free pattern that you’re going to love making and wearing. Get the pattern for this Crochet Pretzel Brooch.

3. Crochet Scrunchies

Fun and Quick Scrunchies

These scrunchies are super fun to make and work up pretty quickly. This is a great beginner’s pattern as it only uses the single crochet stitch. Get the pattern for these Crochet Scrunchies.

4. Crochet Tulip Vest

Crochet Tulips Vest

This vest will make the perfect addition to your wardrobe any time of the year. The pattern uses the single crochet stitch, so you won’t have to learn any complicated stitches. Just make sure you’re comfortable with changing colors. Get the pattern for this Crochet Tulip Vest.

5. Velvet Yoke Sweatshirt

MYSA VELVET YOKE SWEATSHIRT

This velvet sweatshirt is soft, cozy, and trendy. The design uses single crochet stitches worked in yoke construction. Get the pattern for this Velvet Sweatshirt.

6. Gray Skies Headband

Gray Skies Headband

The chevron stitch makes this headband look complicated, but it’s actually pretty easy to make. The main stitches you need to know for this are chaining, single crochet, skipping stitches, and working in the back loop. Get the pattern for this Gray Skies Headband.

7. Bonfire Scarf

This pattern utilizes one of my favorite yarns, the Scarfie yarn from Lion Brand. While it may look complicated, the pattern alternates single crochet stitches with chain stitches, making it beginner-friendly. Get the pattern for the Bonfire Scarf.

8. Beginner Baby Afghan

BEGINNER BABY AFGHAN

You’re going to love this easy baby afghan. It’s the perfect pattern for anyone who looking to do a mindless project while watching their favorite TV show. Get the pattern for this Beginner Baby Afghan.

9. Chevron Apache Waves Blanket

CHEVRON APACHE WAVES BLANKET

This pattern combines a single crochet chevron with a mosaic crochet pattern. As you can see, the results are quite lovely, and you end up with a beautiful eye-catching blanket. Get the pattern for this Chevron Apache Waves Blanket.

10. Crochet Cakes

CROCHET CAKES

These crochet cakes are so cute and creative. The pattern shows you how to make the Strawberry Dream Cake, St. Patrick’s Day cake, and the Rainbow Birthday cake, which includes printable gift tags. Get the pattern for these Crochet Cakes.

11. The Better Sweater

THE BETTER SWEATER

If you love balloon sleeves, I think you’ll love this sweater. I love the pastel color combination that was used here. Get the pattern from The Better Sweater.

12. Double Thick Potholder

DOUBLE THICK POTHOLDER

These double thick potholders are top-notch. They look amazing and would make great gifts for friends and family. Get the pattern from Double Thick Potholder.

13. Crochet Hot Cocoa

crochet mug pattern

This easy pattern is so cute and fun to make. You’ll receive instructions for crocheting your own mug with marshmallows, cookies, and candy cane. Get the pattern from Crochet Hot Cocoa.

14. Eva Cardigan

free crochet cardigan pattern

If you love the look of this Eva cardigan, you’ll be pleased to know that the pattern is available for free on the Yarn and Chia blog. Additionally, along with written instructions, there is a helpful YouTube video to guide you along. Get the pattern from Eva Cardigan.

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I'm Tiffany, author of the 30-Day Drawing Challenge Workbook. I'm a crafting expert and writer with over 12 years of experience. I love sharing my passion for crafting, which includes crocheting, drawing, painting, and DIY projects.