Textured SC and DC Stitch Pattern

by Doroteja

Textured sc/dc stitch pattern is a very simple stitch pattern that gives dense but at the same time very soft and beautiful crochet fabric. All you need is a simple knowledge of very basic crochet stitches, single crochet and double crochet, and you are ready to go. It’s one of the most simple crochet stitch patterns out here and the final result is just awesome! 🙂 

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  • YARN: For this tutorial, I am using Worsted weight or also called Aran weight yarn in the UK. I choose Drops Paris, that is 100% cotton yarn, but you can use any yarn you like. (here!)
  • CROCHET HOOK: I am using Worsted weight or also called Aran weight yarn in the UK. I choose Drops Paris, that is 100% cotton yarn, but you can use any yarn you like. (here!)
  • OTHER: Yarn needle (here!), scissors (here!), stitch markers (here!).


All of my crochet patterns and tutorials are written in US crochet terms.


  • St/Sts – Stitch/Stitches
  • Ch – Chain
  • Sc – Single Crochet (VIDEO)
  • Dc – Double crochet (VIDEO)


  • This stitch pattern is written in rows, but you can change that by simply join each row with the slip stitch that represents your joining stitch. Then create your turning chain and continue with the next row/round.
  • Always start your row with a sc and it with a dc.
  • Do not work your first row too tight, it will cause big holes between the foundation chain and your first row.
  • Are you just trying new crochet stitches? Make a square 20×20 cm or 8×8 inch big using 100% cotton yarn and use it a kitchen cloth. 🙂


Start with an even number of chains and create your foundation chain. Add one additional chain that will represent your turning chain.

Row 1: Insert your crochet hook into the 2nd chain from the hook and create your first single crochet (=sc) stitch. Work 1 dc into the next one. And that’s it. Repeat sc into the first one, dc into the next one until the end of the row.

Repeat this row as many times as needed.

Textured Sc/dc stitch pattern by Croby Pattern

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Samantha Smith April 15, 2018 - 00:53

I am 7 rows into this blanket and the ends are much wider than the middle, any idea why that would be?

Doroteja April 18, 2018 - 10:53

Hi Samantha! I have no idea why. Maye because for the turning chains at the end/beginning of each row. Try to make them as tight as you can.

Maria March 8, 2019 - 17:03

Do you chain one at the end of the row and turn or chain two and turn?
Thank you

Doroteja March 25, 2019 - 11:59

You start each row with chain 1. 🙂

Jeni Hughes January 16, 2020 - 06:45

Do you know how to graphghan with this stich combination?

Doroteja February 4, 2020 - 09:42

I am sorry, I don’t.

m cassidy November 8, 2020 - 01:20

This is actually what has been for years…until recent mix ups ..hss been known as the moss stitch. What is often called the moss stitch today in the u.s. is the linen stitch…also known as granite stitch.

Linda Anderson October 12, 2020 - 03:49

How can i get a written pattern of this?

Doroteja October 20, 2020 - 12:45

Hi Linda! This stitch pattern is available on my blog only. I don’t offer it in a PDF format.

Irene Burdon-Murphy October 19, 2022 - 19:43

I have been doing this stitch for years, just didn’t know what it was called. Love it


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