Learning new patterns for crochet stitches is a great way of improving your skills and making your projects more appealing. Today we`d like to show you Colorful Textured Stitches that are not difficult to master but also very practical. They will add structure and extra depth to any project. You can use them for creating blankets but also shawls and cardigans. They look absolutely pretty in multi-color designs, but if you prefer a solid color, go for it! Expand your library with the timeless granny stripe or learn another version of puff stitch that`s pretty and luxurious. It’s simple! Check out these free patterns under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on our Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
The Granny Stripe – Stitch Tutorial Free Crochet Pattern
Using only basic stitches you can create a beautiful classic pattern. Trust us! And trust Lullaby Melodia too! This genius stitch will bring you so much joy. Give it a pop of color by changing the yarn every other row.
Level: beginner Author: Lullaby Melodia
Multicolored Puff Stitch Free Crochet Pattern
This awesome technique is certainly worth mastering. It creates a lovely texture that will be suitable for colorful blankets as well as luxurious washcloths. We all adore learning new crochet stitches with MyPicot, right? Obviously!
Level: upper beginner Author: MyPicot
Triweave Free Crochet Pattern
Elyse Yeager designed such an original stitch! Do you like learning exciting new techniques? We don’t even need to ask! The Triweave will be awesome for warm accessories for winter as well as for blankets and throws. Give it a try!
Level: upper beginner Author: Elyse Yeager
The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry here.
Vintage Fan Ripple Stitch Free Crochet Pattern
How fabulous is the one and only Vintage Fan Ripple Stitch? Out of this world! Save it to your library of essential crochet patterns right away, it is evidently a keeper! The video tutorial by B.Hooked Crochet & Knitting will help you master it.
Level: upper beginner Author: B.Hooked Crochet & Knitting
The video tutorial is on YouTube here.