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When you want to crochet something structural and soft, go for puff stitch. This technique, along with bobbles and popcorn, creates very interesting surfaces and stands out on plain backgrounds. Today’s article is all about it. Crochet Puff Stitch Ideas can inspire you in so many ways. The examples we have found will show you how you can make blankets, decorations, and squares. Some of them are colorful, some are delicate and elegant. Puff stitch is the king of all of these projects, and they are all in different styles. So versatile! If you haven’t tried puff already, we recommend you take some time to learn. It’s easy but requires some practice to make the tension right. Try it with different kinds of yarn! Check out the free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

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Mickey Mouse Puff Stitch Patch Free Crochet Pattern

This brilliant author must be a fan of cartoons! We instantly fell in love with this puff stitch Mickey Mouse. How about you? If you are looking for something versatile, we recommend decorative squares like this one. They will surely serve you for many kinds of projects.

Level: upper beginner Author: Abigail Sui

Mickey Mouse Puff Stitch Patch Free Crochet Pattern

The full article about this pattern and the pictures are here. More info here.

Rainbow Puff Square Free Crochet Pattern

This beautiful square is so delicate and feminine! A basic background is always a good idea when we want to use colorful puff stitches. The author of this lovely design certainly knows that. In this case,  the stitches are shaped like tiny hearts. How sweet is that?

Level: upper beginner AuthorCrafty CC

Rainbow Puff Square Free Crochet Pattern

The full article about this pattern and the pictures are here. More info here.

Puffballs Free Crochet Pattern

This is a cool idea for all of you who have cats. The author of this design has taken care of all the cat-obsessed puff stitch lovers. They will have so much fun with patterns like that! These puffballs will be perfect just for decoration as well.

Level: upper beginner AuthorFrankie Brown

Puffballs Free Crochet Pattern

All the information about this pattern and the pictures are here.

Dream Puffs Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

A puffy soft blanket is always a dream come true, that’s a wildly known fact. Especially if you choose multicolored or ombre yarn like this lovely author did. This project is an example of a genius color play.

Level: upper beginner AuthorTamara Kelly

Dreams puffs blanket Free Crochet Pattern

The full article about this pattern is here. More info here and the pictures here.

Peppermint Puff Clutch Free Crochet Pattern

Who would have thought that this elegant clutch is handmade? Make your own version following the author of this design and wear it proudly! It will be perfect both for fancy nights out and for everyday outfits.

Level: intermediate AuthorBurgundy and Blush

Peppermint Puff Clutch Free Crochet Pattern

The full article about this pattern is here. More info here and the pictures here.

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catherine March 27, 2020 at 6:04 pm

yes like these fun crochet

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