Two pictures of an alpine stitch crocheted blanket with yarn and a flower.

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Hello there, yarn lovers! We are talking about a very special technique today. Are you ready to discover Awesome Alpine Stitch Crochet Ideas? Let’s dive in!

Which crafter isn’t dedicated to broadening their repertoire of magic tricks? Well, we all obviously are, no matter the weather! With this in mind, we are constantly browsing the internet in search of exciting ideas for you to try. The world of crochet patterns is large and so fascinating! To help you find your way through it, we have selected a couple of examples of Awesome Alpine Stitch Ideas for today. This technique is versatile and absolutely special. You will fall in love with it, trust us! The links to free patterns are under the photos.

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Alpine Stitch Tutorials and Free Crochet Patterns

Alpine Stitch Tutorial

We will never get enough of beautiful patterns written by the author of Crochetpedia! This site is a real treasury for people who love discovering new techniques and learning about the art of crocheting. Are you one of them? We know you are!

Alpine Stitch Crochet Tutorial

The original pattern and the photos are available on Crochetpedia:

Alpine Stitch Tutorial

Alpine Stitch Tutorial

Here is another splendid version of the fabulous alpine stitch. This time we are following the instructions of the brilliant designer behind Winding Road Crochet. We simply can’t take our eyes off these photos because of the juicy colors the author went for. So cool!

Alpine Stitch Tutorial

The original pattern and the photos are available on Winding Road Crochet:

Alpine Stitch Tutorial

Alpine Stitch Mug Rug

What a lovely pattern by De Shockney! We love it because it is both practical and so stylish. The modern minimalist design makes these crochet mug rugs suit every interior. This is why they will be such an awesome gift idea!

Alpine Stitch Mug Rug

The original pattern and the photos are available on Knotty Bliss Boutique:

Alpine Stitch Mug Rug

Alpine Rainbow Blanket

A rainbow-inspired color palette is always the right choice! Next time you hesitate while choosing colors for your project, take our advice. You certainly won’t regret it! The bright shades Crafty Cruella used for her alpine stitch blanket will make your sofa pop.

Alpine Stitch Rainbow Blanket

The original pattern and the photos are available on Crafty Cruella:

Alpine Rainbow Blanket

The Alpine Baby Blanket

The Alpine Blanket has a beautiful texture and you can use it all year round. A solid warm blanket will be perfect not only for autumn but also for the evening chill or trips outside the city. The pattern is designed as a baby blanket, but you can easily adjust the size for a bigger one. As you can see, it looks amazing no matter how many colors you use.

Alpine Stitch Baby Blanket
Photos: Jerica Tompkins

This version of our favorite alpine stitch blanket is pretty popular on Ravelry. We certainly know why! Before you start planning your own version, take a look at different color options. How about this lovely combination of warm shades? We want it for cold autumn evenings!

Alpine Stitch Baby Blanket
photos: carriewehmeyer

The original pattern and the photos are available on Yarn Hook Needles:

Alpine Blanket

Info on the version by carriewehmeyer and the photos are on Ravelry here.

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  1. WOW! What a gorgeous design! Fourteen chains is easy. I’m going to try 250 for a blanket or bedspread. Even more difficult is the heavenly Bernat Velvet yarn I plan to use. Should be beautiful, plush and velvety soft. So wonderful of you to share your talent and designs with us. Thank you.

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