Crochet alphabet letter D
This crochet letter D pattern is a easy to follow along with a diagram, a written pattern row by row and for just in case a YouTube video tutorial if you want to double check how a stitch is made or joined.
The crochet letter D is 30 rows high. With my 3mm crochet hook it comes out around 13cm (5inc) high.
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The stitches used in this pattern are:
- sl st – slip stitch
- ch – chain stitch - o
- sc – single crochet stitch - X
- inc – single crochet increase stitch (make 2 in 1) - V
- dec – single decrease crochet stich - upside down V
Materials needed for the letter:
- crochet hook (3,5 mm)
- yarn (appropriate size for the crochet hook)
- stuffing | fiberfill
- something to count the rows
The crochet pattern for the letter D is easy to follow along and the only stitches used are chain stitch, and a single crochet stitch, an increase stitch (2sc in 1) and decrease stitch (sc tog 2).
The pattern for the letter D:
The above diagram is explained below row by row. The crochet letter D is done in 2 parts - steps.
Part 1: red and black
- R0: ch9
- R1: ch1, inc, 18sc
- R2: ch1, 19sc, inc
- R3: ch1, inc, 20sc
- R4: ch1, 21sc, inc
- R5: ch1, inc, 22sc
- R6: ch1, 24sc
- R7: ch1, 24sc
- R8: ch1, 8sc
- R9: ch1, 8sc
- R10: ch1, 8sc
- R11: ch1, 8sc
- R12: ch1, 8sc
- R13: ch1, 8sc
- R14: ch1, 8sc
- R15: ch1, 8sc
- R16: ch1, 8sc
- R17: ch1, 8sc
- R18: ch1, 8sc
- R19: ch1, 8sc
- R20: ch1, 8sc
- R21: ch1, 8sc
- R22: ch1, 8sc - finish off
Part 2: dark blue and green (working in the 10th stitch of R7)
You can use the letter just as it is (blocking it) but I will be making 2 of each and crochet them together with a single crochet stitch and stuffing them for more puffy look. I will also be making two small chain 2 loops on top and and two on the bottom to string the letter. You can skip that if you don't want the small loops for the sting to run along.
The instructions for making the letter D - my free form drawing and explaining while filming a video tutorial.
The YouTube video tutorial with row to row, no speeding forward, real time crochet-a-long, where you have timestamped the crucial points of making the crochet letter D(introduction, start, adding, finishing, joining the letters and the finished letter):
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