Raised Crochet Stitches Free Patterns

Raised Crochet Stitches – Free Patterns

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We all know puffs and bobbles but there are more Raised Crochet Stitches for you to try. Today let’s explore pebble and bead stitches because they are also very attractive. They are not difficult to master as the step-by-step instructions are clearly written. These raised crochet stitches will add texture and depth to your projects. So whether you`re making a dishcloth, a blanket, a scarf, or even a bag, you can combine those with other stitches too. Such a blend will give you a stunning visual effect and creative look. Check out these free patterns under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Sweet Summery Stitches and More Bobble Stitch Ideas.

Pebble Crochet Stitch Tutorial Free Pattern

Would you look at that? This lovely stitch creates small bobbles that look like pebbles. It`s perfect to use in dishcloths, blankets, or shawls because it gives a beautiful texture. Just follow the instructions by Crochet ‘n’ Create!

Level: beginner Author: Crochet ‘n’ Create

Pebble Crochet Stitch

The original pattern and the photos are on Crochet’n’Create. More info on Ravelry.

The Bead Stitch Free Crochet Pattern

A lovely color for a lovely stitch! This beautiful bead-inspired technique creates a raised texture that you can incorporate in so many projects. The author for ITCHIN4STITCHIN inspires us to experiment and create!

Level: beginner Author: ITCHIN4STITCHIN

Bead Stitch

The original pattern and the photos are on Itchin’ for Some Stitchin’

Balloon Stitch Free Crochet Pattern

Exciting! This is certainly one of the coolest stitches we have seen in a long time. This is why we are so happy to learn it and start using it with all the possible crochet projects. All thanks to the awesome instructions by BYKATERINA!

Level: upper beginner Author: BYKATERINA

Balloon Stitch

The original pattern and the photos are on By-Katerina. The video tutorial is on YouTube.

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