Dreamy Alpine Stitch Ideas

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Alpine stitch is so nice, and so easy! Clever combination of basic stitches, with a little bit of front post technique, creates very interesting effect. Have you ever tried it? It’s so much fun!

This lovely stitch is great for blankets, because it works up fast and creates amazing texture. It’s also a great choice for winter accessories, such as gloves, scarves and cowls.

How to Crochet Alpine Stitch

You can use any yarn you want to make this stitch.

Alpine stitch uses slipknot and multiple of 2 +1 chain stitches to start. First row is single crochets, to give a nice basis for the project. Then you will proceed with double crochet stitches, as well as variations on it. The main part is using post stitches – front post double crochet, to be exact.

Check out my tutorial:
How to Crochet Alpine Stitch
free pattern, photo + video tutorial and six unique colorways

dusty rose alpine stitch swatch

Click on the photo above and try it! 🙂

This is the most common way to make this stitch, but there are versions in which crocheters use front post treble crochet.

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Today’s theme is alpine stitch, of course, and I just drooled over all the fantastic ideas I’ve encountered online. I hope that this selection of the most beautiful versions will inspire you to try this technique, because it’s worth the try. Read carefully, there are free patterns below!

Rainbow Blankets

Rainbow Alpine Blanket by The Crochet Attic

You all know by now that I love rainbow blankets, so this one isn’t a surprise. Nikki combined alpine stitch with pastel rainbow yarns and it creates a beautiful gradient of colors. This technique is perfect for such color changes, because rows are interlocked with each other in a non-linear way.

You can make similar project using my tutorial: How to Crochet Alpine Stitch

Rainbow Alpine Stitch Blanket by Indigopobble

If you want to make a fun blanket, go for fun colors – and don’t forget to finish everything off with a lovely edging! Pat used a color pack for this project, which is a great idea if you don’t want to choose the colors by yourself. Many brands offer color packs, so be sure to keep an eye on it!

You can make similar project using my tutorial: How to Crochet Alpine Stitch, and take a look at my article about The Best Crochet Edging and Border Ideas.

Rainbow Alpine Stitch Blanket by Nai Nai Makes

Naomi’s rainbow is just perfect – just take a look at the photos below! Although alpine stitch is one-sided, the back of the blanket looks very interesting as well. If you are looking for a perfect kids’ room accessory, this is it!

You can make similar project using my tutorial: How to Crochet Alpine Stitch

Alpine Stitch Baby Blanket by Kirsten Ballering
*free crochet pattern*

Choosing the right colors for a project is a skill on its own, and Kirsten definitely mastered it. Take a look at her fantastic pattern in the photos and see how meticulously crafted are these color changes! Simple white border is always a good idea, especially if you want your palette to play the main role.

You will find this free pattern on haakmaarraak.nl, or read more about it on ravelry.com.

Rainbow Alpine Blanket by Yarnofpearl

Ombre yarn is perfect for single-stitch designs, such as this beauty, which you can see below. The whole blanket use alpine stitch only, and you must admit, that it looks great in this rainbow yarn. Color flow is fantastic, so be sure to Pin it to your Pinterest board or save for later.

ombre rainbow crochet blanket

Colorful Alpine Stitch Projects

Alpine Stitch by Stephanie Linden

Did you know, that you can use leftover yarn scraps to make amazing colorful blanket or accessory? If you are not convinced, just take a look below to see how cool does this stitch look when you change colors every row. It’s great! Follow the link below the picture to see more inspiring creations by Stephanie and be sure to follow her on Instagram.

Alpine Stitch by Stephanie Linden

You may also like this article – 6 Day Kid Blanket Ideas.

Alpine Stitch by Wendy of Wndjnsn and The Acorn Craft Shop

Whether you prefer solid color or multicolored stitches, fear not – they will look great in alpine stitch. This technique creates fantastic structural surface, so it always grabs attention. Below you can see two beautiful examples of that, but go ahead and try making your own!

Alpine Stitch Blanket by sj.crochet_

Sajeda combined lilacs and peachy hues in her blanket, and I must admit that I love this palette! Regular color changes created a nice stripy pattern, which is enhanced by the structural feeling of alpine stitch.

You can make similar project using my tutorial: How to Crochet Alpine Stitch

Neutral and Pastel Blankets

Crochet Pastel Rainbow Baby Blanket by ToTheMoonBySophie

Border is often what makes the design look truly polished, so always make sure that your blanket is nicely finished off. Sophie decided to combine her alpine stitch blanket with wide granny stitch border and crab stitch. Take a look at the photos below and see how cute it looks!

pastel baby blanket

  • photos by ToTheMoonBySophie on etsy.com

Order this sweet blanket on Etsy by clicking on the link below the picture.

Alpine Stitch Cushion by The Crochet Attic

What has started as a blanket, quickly turned into a cushion, but hey – it’s all a process! Nikki saw the opportunity to transform one idea into another and she did it splendidly. In the top photo you can see a lovely wooden yarn bowl – do you use one? Let me know in the comments!

You can make similar project using my tutorial: How to Crochet Alpine Stitch

Alpine Stitch Blanket by StefsSerenityCrochet

I love working with neutral yarns, because it’s easy to mix and match them with each other and with other colors. Stef chose cream, beige and speckled yarns for her project, and I’m a big fan of this colorway. It’s often hard to see where one color ends and another begins!

You can make similar project using my tutorial: How to Crochet Alpine Stitch

Alpine Stitch Blanket by Kelly Martinelli

Multicolored or self-striping yarns doesn’t have to be in bright colors, so if you like subdued designs, don’t be discouraged to use them! Below you can see lovely blanket by Kelly, where white slowly become beige and fades to grey.

pastel striped crochet blanket

You can make similar project using my tutorial: How to Crochet Alpine Stitch

Striped Alpine Stitch Blankets

The Alpine Blanket by Jerica Tompkins
*Free Crochet Pattern*

Green and white bring to mind snow-covered evergreens, right? Now you can make your own forest, so you can keep it close! This modern blanket will look great in modern interiors, as well as in rustic ones, because alpine stitch is truly timeless. Take a look below at beautiful design by Jerica.

The Alpine Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

This lovely blanket is available as free pattern on yarnhookneedles.com, and more info about it can be found on ravelry.com.

You may also like this article – Battenberg Blanket Crochet Ideas.

Alpine Stitch Blanket by Nicole Miller

You can never go wrong with stripes, so keep it in mind. You can use it to almost any stitch, and, as you can see below, it works great with alpine stitch, too. Nicole used simple whites and greens, which create soothing color palette.

striped green and white crochet blanket

This square is based on free pattern for Alpine Square by Heather J Anderson on theunraveledmitten.com.

Alpine Rainbow Blanket by Little Crochet Makes

If you need your blanket to be even more interesting, try this lovely design by Kelly Groves of Crafty Cruella, because it combines alpine stitch with basic techniques. Striped blanket like this will be a beautiful gift or a cool addition to your home! Take a look below to see how beautiful is this colorful version by Little Crochet Makes.

colorful striped crochet blanket

This blanket is based by crochet pattern called Alpine Rainbow Blanket which you can buy on deramores.com.

You may also like this article – Granny Square Crochet Ideas.

Alpine Squares

Alpine Stitch Square by Juffrouw Haak

Why not use this stitch as an element of a bigger project? It’s a great idea, because making simple square with alpine stitch will add structure to your blanket design. Be sure to check out Juffrouw’s Instagram feed, so you can get even more inspired!

Alpine Stitch Square by Juffrouw Haak

Looking for a free pattern? Try Alpine Square by Heather J Anderson.

Alpine Square by Quirky Mama Creations

Are you a fan of neutrals? Great, because this square is an epitome of simplicity. It’s elegant and versatile, so think about all cool uses you can find for it. Add it to your afghan, or make a bunch with cotton yarn and use as kitchen towels. Just take a look at the picture below and see the beautiful shade of grey that Bekki chose for her project.

grey crochet square

  • photos by Quirky Mama Creations (Ravelry)

This square is based on free pattern for Alpine Square by Heather J Anderson.

You may also like this article – Ripple Stitch Crochet Ideas.

Alpine Stitch in Garments and Accessories

Alpine Stitch Baby Cardigan by Camilla Hvied / HviedsVerden

This stitch is perfect for garments, too! Adorable little cardigan will keep your little one cosy and stylish, so make one for upcoming fall / winter season. I would love to have one for myself! See more inspiring projects on Camilla’s Instagram.

Alpine Stitch Baby Cardigan by HviedsVerden

If you want to make crochet cardigan with this stitch, try free pattern for The Alpine Basic Cardigan by Merry Mary Stories, which incorporates alpine stitch as a decorative detail.

Alpine Stitch Fingerless Gloves by Little Duck Crochet

This fantastic set of winter accessories will keep you warm and cosy! You can purchase the patterns for all of them here – Alpine Cowl, Alpine Mitts and Alpine Hat, all designed by oh-so talented Little Duck Crochet!

Alpine Stitch by Little Duck Crochet

Alpine Stitch Fingerless Gloves by Little Duck Crochet

If you want to try a free pattern first, check out Alpine Ridge Slouchy Hat by Megan Meyer.

You may also like this article – Larksfoot Stitch Ideas.

Alpine Stitch Pouch by heartdeco.ch

When learning a new stitch, you may end up with little pieces of crochet, but don’t throw them out! You can use them to make something cute, for example little zipper pouch for loose change in your pockets. Take a look below, and see how cool this technique looks like when made with speckled yarn!

crochet pouch

That’s all for today, but I’ll be back with much more inspiring projects and free patterns. Like, share and subscribe if you like what you see. Stay tuned!

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  1. The website referral for the cardigan doesn’t look like the alpine stitch, plus it has a hood. Are you sure this is the correct website for the alpine sweater?

    • Hi Robin, there’s no pattern for the cardigan in the photo. I often post beautiful versions or original projects that are not available as patterns, but I always try to suggest an alternative.
      The cardigan I linked “incorporates alpine stitch as a decorative detail.” – as I mentioned in the description; it uses alpine stitch instead of ribbing on the sleeves and around the bottom part.

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