If you’re looking for Attractive Textured Stitches with free patterns to use in your next crochet project, look no further. You will surely fall in love with the jasmine stitch and look at the basketweave in the new light. Both create a stunning, dense fabric that will be perfect for any winter accessory. Be it a blanket, cowl, or hat – use them throughout a whole project or as a small detail. You can also play with colors so the texture pops even more. I always appreciate new crochet patterns and I`m sure you too, so give them a try and share your ideas with us. Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Jasmine Stitch Tutorial Free Crochet Pattern
Jasmine stitch is definitely one of the most attractive crochet stitches. It has texture, style and is also versatile. If you want a warm and squishy fabric to crochet some winter accessories then jasmine stitch is surely the one to go for. Try it and you will love it!
Level: upper beginner Author: Dora Does
The original pattern and the photos are on Dora Does.
Crochet Basket Weave Stitch Free Pattern
You may know basketweave knitting stitch but have you tried to use it in crochet? Here`s your chance to learn this pattern. It looks amazing in colorful yarn and will be perfect for blankets, cushions, and other accessories.
Level: upper beginner/intermediate Author: My Picot
The original pattern and the photos are on MyPicot.
3D Cluster Stitch Free Crochet Pattern
Are you in need of thick, double-sided stitches for your project? You have just landed in the right corner of the Internet! These kinds of techniques work perfectly in patterns for kitchen accessories as well as hats and scarves.
Level: upper beginner/intermediate Author: Crafting Happiness
Wave Stitch Free Crochet Pattern
This stitch is much easier to master than it seems! Especially with this awesome step-by-step crochet pattern by Naztazia. The author is known for her fabulous taste in colors so this lively color palette is no surprise to us. We adore it!
Level: upper beginner/intermediate Author: Naztazia
The original pattern and the photos are on Naztazia.