Today I want to share with you a fun crochet stitch called the Blue Frost stitch! This is an amazing bobble stitch pattern combined with another stitch that actually looks like knitting. Let’s jump in and learn how to crochet the Blue Frost Stitch together!
This is the LAST stitch in the #desertblossomstitchalong for 2019! I can hardly believe that this year is almost over. I hope we can end with a bang! I really love this stitch pattern. Read more to find out how to crochet the Angel Stitch!
Only 2 crochet stitch patterns left for December, and this is one of them! Today I want to show you how to crochet the Tinsel Stitch—once again, we’ll be using the surface crochet technique to form a truly unique stitch pattern!
A new stitch pattern here on the blog…today we get to learn how to crochet the Christmas Lights Stitch! I’m super excited to show you how to make this one, because it uses a really neat technique called Surface Crochet.
How is December here? This year has FLOWN by! I am extremely excited to show you the 4 new stitch patterns I’ve created for December…they’re so Christmasy and fun! Join me today in learning how to crochet the Snowflake Stitch 🙂
I can hardly believe it is the last day of November! Today I get to share the last stitch for November, a really beautiful crochet stitch using more puffs! Let’s learn together how to crochet the wheat stitch!
The third stitch for November, another one that uses puff stitches! This week we’ll be learning how to crochet the Alternating Puff Stitch.
The second stitch for November is here! I am excited to show you the textures of this stitch, because they’re really fun! Read more to find out my inspiration, and of course learn how to crochet the pinecone stitch.
Finally, it is time to get to some new stitch patterns! All of the stitches this month feature a particular crochet stitch: the Puff Stitch. Today we’re going to learn how to crochet the Harvest Stitch…it’s super easy, I promise!
A new crochet stitch tutorial here on the blog: let’s learn how to crochet the Triple Ridge stitch! This is a super easy stitch pattern that uses a whole bunch of back loop rows to create unique ridges!