This crochet tutorial will help you learn how to crochet the blackberry salad stitch. This stitch creates a fun textured pattern. The blackberry salad stitch would be great for afghans, scarves and baby blankets!
Bobbles & Puffs Archive
This crochet tutorial will help you learn how to crochet the three double crochet cluster stitch. Cluster stitches are a group of stitches that form a bunch or bobble. This stitch would be great for baby blankets or an afghan.
This crochet tutorial will help you learn how to crochet the boxed puff stitch. This stitch creates a dense but delicate boxed pattern with lots of texture. The boxed puff stitch would be great for afghans, blankets and baby booties!
The Double Crochet 5 Together Bobble is a technique uses a series of double crochets into one stitch to create a fun bobble. It makes a great accent, or a fun all-over texture that would be great for a stuffed toy.
The Zig Zag Puff Stitch makes a fabric with alternating straight and zig zag lines. The Zig Zag Puff Stitch would be great for light weight scarves, cover ups or table dressings!
The Bobble and Ladder Stitch creates a beautiful open pattern with a playful addition of bobbles. It would be great for scarves, shawls and bags!
The Crossed Cluster Stitch creates a playful fabric with nice drape and the puffs make for a polka dot effect. The Crossed Cluster Stitch would be perfect for a baby blankets, afghans, hats and for adding texture to garments.
The Aligned Puff Stitch creates a visually appealing and entirely symmetrical fabric composed of small puffs. This stitch would work best for scarves and home decor items.
The Bobble Ripple Stitch pattern uses bobbles to give texture to the wavy, ripple fabric with a subtle openwork look. It’s a great choice for afghans and shawls.
The V Stitch Puffs pattern uses the puff stitches to create an interesting textured and thick fabric. It's great for afghans and washcloths.