When I was a beginner crocheter, I was amazed of how many different raised stitches are there, and what can you do with them. Especially popcorn, bobble and puff stitches – I wasn’t even sure which was which!
Until I’ve tried them all, and I have to say, that I fell in love with them all. That said, if I had to choose, I would probably go for puff stitch. It’s elegant, easy to make, and creates nice smooth bubble that can be used in variety of projects! That’s what I wanted to talk today – Puff Stitch in Accessories. Shawls, scarves, cowls – you name it! All cozy designs for fall and winter can make use of puff stitch in the most magical ways. Will it be delicate and hide among pastel rows of lace? Or will it be sharp and structural, made of bulky yarn? It’s your decision, and I will tell you that – whatever you choose, it will look amazing! Links to free patterns are under the pictures.
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Skills: Easy Designer: Andrea Cretu
At First Blush Triangle Scarf Free Crochet Pattern
Blush for fall and winter? Why not! This very easy to make scarf works up fast and will look awesome with many autumnal colors.
Go to the pattern: At First Blush Triangle Scarf
Flower Puff Shawl Free Crochet Pattern
Delicate structure of this lacy shawl incorporates puff stitch in a very modest way. Scalloped edging is very feminine!Sponsored Links
Go to the pattern: Flower Puff Shawl
Clover Puff Triangle Scarf Free Crochet Pattern
Clover green and puffy structure of this shawl make it really stand out!Sponsored Links
Go to the pattern: Clover Puff Triangle Scarf
Jumbo Puff Stitch Cowl Free Crochet Pattern
Bulky yarn looks great when crocheted into puff stitches. This cowl is number one in the cosiness category!Sponsored Links
Go to the pattern: Jumbo Puff Stitch Cowl
Malia Infinity Scarf Free Crochet Pattern
Rustic look of this cowl is very much created by the natural yarn imperfections and wooden buttons.Sponsored Links
Go to the pattern: Malia Infinity Scarf