How to Crochet: Corner to Corner Diagonal Box StitchBy Erin Burger – 43 Comments
Tired of the same back and forth? Creating the Box Stitch diagonally is a really neat way of completing a corner to corner crochet project. You can use this stitch to create anything from blankets, dishcloths, placemats, scarves, clothing … the possibilities are only limited by your imagination!
This tutorial is for both right and left handed people. For left handed pictures, roll your mouse over the image and it will change for you.
Repeat Row 3 with the beginning ch 6 block increasing the width of your project as you continue.
When you have met your intended width you can begin to decrease to finish your project.
Decreasing Row (photographed in a different color, just for fun):
To make a square continuing decreasing row until you are finished with the last corner block.
Finish off weave in all the ends.
To make a rectangle alternate the increasing Row 3 with a row of decreases.
Have any questions about the diagonal box stitch? Have any comments? Please don’t hesitate to be heard in the comments below!