Two pictures of a crocheted blanket featuring unique crochet stitches.

Unique Crochet Stitches – Free Tutorials and Patterns

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Discovering new stitches always brings us joy. You surely feel the same way! Expanding your library and learning new patterns will hone your skills and give you new opportunities. Sometimes adding a different stitch will completely change your project by giving it that perfect finishing touch. Therefore we`d like to share with you some of the Unique Crochet Stitches because they are stylish and certainly versatile as well.

Delicate braids will make beautiful airy shawls or be an unusual detail in cardigans and light blankets. On the other hand, the mini beans create a dense fabric that`s cozy and warm and can be used not only for baby afghans but also in scarves or luxurious washcloths. Which one will be your next favorite? Do you want to try them all? Without a doubt! Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Summery Stitches and Great Crochet Wraps.

Forked Half Double Crochet Stitch Tutorial Free Crochet Pattern

Ah, the irresistible charm of flaming red! The shade chosen by the brilliant designer behind Heart Hook Home brings our attention to this spectacular stitch she created. It looks so useful and versatile, right? Obviously!

Level: intermediate Author: Heart Hook Home

Forked Half Double Crochet Stitch

The original pattern and the photos are on Heart Hook Home

The Braids Stitch Free Crochet Pattern

This unusual stitch by Handwork DIY is very elegant as it creates a one-of-a-kind lacy pattern. It will definitely be an amazing addition to shawls and cardigans as well as blankets. Try it out right away! What color will you go for first? We are so curious!

Level: beginner Author: Handwork DIY

Braids Crochet Stitch

You will find the video tutorial on YouTube.  The photo by @diyhandwork is on Instagram.

The Mini Bean Stitch Free Crochet Pattern

The mini bean stitch creates a dense fabric that has a lovely texture yet it`s still delicate. If you want to crochet a cozy scarf or a baby blanket, this stitch will surely be perfect. Hopeful Honey created a real keeper!

Level: upper beginner Author: Hopeful Honey

Crochet Bean Stitch

The original pattern and the photos are on Hopeful Honey.

Easy Puff Stitch Free Crochet Pattern

Hello there, beginners! Are you ready for new challenges? What a great coincidence! As you can see, Crochtpedia is ready for spring, and spring always means new challenges. Do you already know what to use this awesome stitch for? We are curious!

Level: beginner Author: Crochetpedia

Crochet Puff Stitch

The original pattern and the photos are on Crochetpedia. More info on Ravelry

V-Stitch Two Ways Free Crochet Pattern

Patterns by our beloved Crochetpedia are awesome in so many ways! We keep getting surprised by this author’s creative color play and stitches that always enrich our repertoires. This one is beginner-friendly and super fun to work on!

Level: beginner Author: Crochetpedia


The original pattern and the photos are on Crochetpedia. More info on Ravelry.

Honeycomb Trellis Stitch Free Crochet Pattern

Crochet ‘n’ Create is back with a wonderful crochet pattern for a one-of-a-kind stitch! Amazing news, right? Will you give it a try? Just imagine how many types of projects you could use this technique for. What will you crochet first?

Level: beginner Author: Crochet ‘n’ Create

Crochet Honeycomb Trellis Stitch

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

C2C Mini Bean Stitch Square & Rectangle Free Crochet Pattern

A must-have by Jennifer Renaud from A Crocheted Simplicity! There is so much we love about this pattern we cannot even believe it. You can use any yarn and hook size you have at hand to start learning this awesome technique.

Level: beginner Author: Jennifer Renaud

C2C Mini Bean Stitch Square & Rectangle

The original pattern and the photos are on A Crocheted Simplicity. More info on Ravelry.

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