Posted Brick Stitch Crochet Stitch Tutorial

This video tutorial will show you how to crochet the posted brick stitch.  This stitch involves alternating front and back post double crochet to create a fun brick like texture and is used in the free pillow cover crochet pattern.

Stitch Instructions:

Chain a multiple of 6 plus 5.

Row 1 (WS): DC in fourth chain from hook and in each remaining chain.  CH3 (counts as first DC of following row) and turn.

Row 2: FPDC around each of the first 2 dc; * BPDC around each of the next 3 dc, FPDC around each of the next 3 dc; repeat from * to end of row; CH3 and turn.

Repeat row 2 until work measures desired length.


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7 thoughts on “Posted Brick Stitch Crochet Stitch Tutorial

  1. I love the way you teach, it’s a beautiful stitch I’m going to try to make the pink cushion, thank you

    1. Making a cotton shell top I love working with cotton This will be my first top I made out of cotton.I hope it turns out.I would love to see more patterns done in cotton.

  2. This stitch, the “posted brick stitch” has such a lovely texture!
    I’ll watch the video….but personally prefer written instructions…my eyes sometimes have a problem ‘keeping up’ with a video.
    I shall watch anyhow. And want to just THANK YOU sincerely for helping the rest of us out here in “hooky-land”. It’s so kind of you to share your awesome talents like this.
    Since I’ve taken up my hooks again – after a twenty year absence – I’m amazed by the size and scope of this crochet community – from literally all over the world…and often it almost seems as if I’ve joined a whole new family!
    Thank you again! It IS kind of you to so freely share!

    1. Thank you so much for your kind words! Its messages like this that keep me motivated to provide tutorials and patterns 🙂

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