fun to make and versatile
This technique creates beautiful structural surface on one side, and interesting pattern on the other. It’s mostly used to make baby blankets, dishcloths, pillows and other home accessories, but it definitely can be applied to many different projects.
You can use any kind of yarn and corresponding hook size for this project, because the gauge is not important here. Just remember that the thickness of the yarn will affect the size and density of your work.
This easy to learn stitch is worked from the inside out. You start out with magic loop and proceed to work in rounds. This stitch includes chain stitches, slip stitch and other basic techniques. It’s mostly based on treble crochet stitches, which are increased and decreased to create these lovely clusters. In addition, using back post stitches create structural border for each rosette.
talking about stitches…
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Today’s theme is Bavarian Stitch, and there is plenty of amazing work online, let me tell ya! Potholders, pillows, blankets… Many designs use this stitch in rows or rounds, so I gathered them for you to try. Explore these ideas to grab some free patterns and get inspired!
Bavarian Stitch Potholders Crochet Pattern
- photo by Red Agape
If you need a quick, but effective project, go for these potholders, because they work up quickly! They will be amazing adornment of any kitchen and helpful everyday accessory. You can purchase the pattern here.
Bavarian Stitch Blanket by Yarn Blossom Boutique
- photos by Yarn Blossom Boutique
Clare’s Wool Eater Blanket by thornberry
- photos by thornberry
Using multicolored yarn, or switching colors in each row makes the colors flow freely. This lovely colorful design is based on well-known free Wool-Eater Blanket pattern. Learn more about this beautiful version here.
Bavarian Stitch Blanket by Little Cosy Things
- photos by Little Cosy Things
This project will bring a smile on everyone’s faces, because it’s sweet as a bag of rainbow candies! It’s a perfect idea for a cheerful baby blanket, so don’t wait and try it. Check out author’s Instagram here.
Bavarian Beauty by Annie Marisa
- photos by Annie Marisa
Why not try something different? Bavarian Stitch in these blocks creates beautiful center, so join them into an afghan or use as coasters. It’s based on this free pattern, and more photos can be found here, and here.
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