Are you looking for some free crochet patterns that use the moss stitch square? If the answer is yes, you’ve come to the right place. Today, I’m going to show you 7 different crochet projects that use the moss stitch square.
So if you’re wondering what to do with all those squares or simply want to make a moss stitch square crochet pattern, I hope this list gives you some inspiration.
Crochet Moss Stitch
The moss stitch (also known as the linen, seed, or granite stitch) is such a fun and easy stitch to learn! It’s perfect for both beginners and advanced crocheters.
All you need to know for this stitch is how to make a chain and single crochet. It’s that simple! So if you can make these two stitches and are familiar with working it in rows, you can totally make the square version.
If you need some extra guidance and would like to see a step-by-step photo + video tutorial, make sure to check out this post on how to make the moss stitch square.
Alright, let’s get started with this roundup!
1. Crochet Crossbody Bag Pattern
The first moss stitch square pattern on this list is a crochet crossbody bag pattern. This free crochet pattern is made using only 2 moss stitch squares.
So if you’re looking for a quick pattern or need a quick gift, this is the project for you. I love this crochet project so much because it’s really versatile. For example, you can switch out the crochet strap for a leather strap or use two different color yarns for this pattern.
Free Pattern Link + Guided Video Tutorial: Crochet Crossbody Bag Pattern
2. Crochet Granny Square Tote Bag Pattern
The next pattern on the list is another crochet granny square bag project. This unique granny square bag is made with 13 moss stitch squares.
It’s a fun, easy crochet bag pattern that’s perfect for all levels. This crochet pattern also comes with step-by-step photos.
Free Pattern Link: Granny Square Crochet Bag
3. Moss Stitch in a Square Blanket Pattern
If crochet bags aren’t your thing, why not try a fun moss stitch square blanket? This crochet blanket is made in the round using a self-striping yarn.
It’s the perfect blanket to make while watching your favorite show. So grab your favorite yarn and a hook, and get ready to make this relaxing blanket.
Source: Repeat Crafter Me
Free Pattern Link: Moss Stitch in a Square Blanket Pattern
4. Crochet Dog Bed Pattern
Are you interested in making a crochet dog bed? Well look no further, this pattern is easy and fun to make. All you have to do is crochet a bunch of moss stitch squares and seam them together.
That’s it! It’s a simple project that’s great for all skill levels. This pattern also includes step-by-step photos.
Source: Jewels and Jones
Free Pattern Link: Crochet Dog Bed
5. Moss Stitch Square Temperature Blanket
This one is for all of you who’ve been wanting to make a temperature blanket using moss stitch squares. I wanted to include this pattern because Kylee does a fantastic job explaining how to get started.
So if you’ve been wanting to do this, definitely check out her guide on how to make a temperature blanket.
Source: Kylee Keller – Okie Girl Bling ‘n’ Things
Free Pattern Link: Moss Stitch Square Temperature Blanket
6. 4 Square Blanket Pattern
If you’re looking to make another crochet blanket, but want to do something a bit more adventurous. Why not make this interesting 4 square blanket? This blanket is first made by working 4 small moss stitch squares and then you’ll work the pattern in the round.
Check out the free pattern down below.
Free Pattern Link: 4 Square Blanket Pattern
7. Crochet Project Bag Pattern
The last pattern on the list is a crochet project bag pattern. This unique crochet bag is made using only 4 moss stitch squares. So if you’re looking for a quick project, this would be a great one to make.
It also would make the cutest gift for someone looking for a 2 in 1 crochet bag. You can use it for your latest WIP and you can also use it for a night out!
Source: Jewels and Jones
Free Pattern Link + Guided Video Tutorial: Crochet Project Bag Pattern
And that’s the end of this roundup! I hope you enjoyed going through this list and found some inspiration on what to make with all those moss stitch squares.
And if you love crocheting the regular moss stitch, here is another fun moss stitch blanket pattern that uses 3 different colors.