This Free Crochet pattern teaches you how to Crochet The Raspberry Stitch. I set out to design this stitch so we crocheters could have a version that looked just as good as the knitted Raspberry Stitch. And it’s so easy to do!
Find more crochet stitches here on the category Crochet Stitches.
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This Raspberry Stitch can be made using any size hook or yarn.
This stitch is made using sets of 3 sts.
This stitch is made in the round NOT back and forth in rows.
Also a very important note, the raspberries are made on the back or “wrong side” of the project your working on, so if your making a hat you will have to turn your hat inside out to get the textured side once your done making it, so please keep this in mind.
It’s easier to start this stitch if you have a solid row first, so make your round of single crochets (or whatever) before starting a round of the Raspberry Stitch. If you learn better by watching, please enjoy these helpful tutorials below.
RIGHT HANDED VERSION
LEFT HANDED VERSION
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To make the stitch work a sc, dc, sc all in the same stitch.
Skip 2 stitches and repeat sc, dc, sc all in the same.
As shown in pictures below
When ending and beginning your first round, you want to slip stitch into the first sc then sc into stitch as shown in Picture 1. Then work the stitch as normal, putting a DC and a SC to finish the stitch as shown in Picture 2.
Then skip two stitches and repeat the Raspberry stitch (SC, DC,SC) into the first sc of the next raspberry cluster. Continue all the way around, remember from here on out, there is no need to sl st into the beginning stitch of a round, just continue in one continous round.
After a few rounds, you should be able to see the pattern start to form. Have fun!
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By: Meladora's Creations
Posted: January 28th, 2014