Have you discovered the super cute ‘Strawberry Crochet Stitch Pattern’ before? What a unique appearance and texture it has.
It’s very similar to the popular Bobble Crochet Stitch and it will be perfect for all sorts of projects. You can make blankets and cushions, and it looks quite delicious in Pink yarn too.
It is also known as the Tunisian Strawberry Crochet Stitch. The good news is it’s easy once you know how. We have included a video tutorial in our post that will assist you to learn this crochet stitch to perfection. Be sure that you take a few minutes to view.
You will find the details and video further down our page. Scroll our post to the end and don’t miss a single idea.
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How To Crochet Strawberry Stitch
SKILL LEVEL : Medium FINISHED SIZE 9 inches in diameter MATERIALS Balinese Co4on Yarn (fine/sports ) weight yarn (100g per ball), can be substituted with mercerized co4on Green : 1 ball Red : 1 ball Size F/2.5 mm crochet hook or size needed to obtain gauge Yarn needle GAUGE 7 scs = 1 inch
- Ch = Chain
- SlSt = Slip SBtch
- Sc = Single Crochet
- Dc = Double Crochet
- Sc5tog = Single Crochet 5 stitches together
Note: Traditional tapestry crochet technique is used in this pattern. Crochet the next several stitches as usual, with colors not in use laid flat inside your stitches. You should not be able to see these colors in your work at this point. This is known as carrying the unused color to achieve a neat final piece.
Weave in loose ends as work progresses. Use mermaid tears stitches for edging in treble crochet. Continue scrolling for Video.
Strawberry Stitch Crochet Pattern Video
Crochet Rockstar have made a video tutorial that shows you how to crochet the Strawberry Stitch – to view, click Play above ^
Want to learn another stitch? Check out the gorgeous Bobble Stitch Blanket below. Get details here