A DIY Crochet Video Tutorial on how to make the Berry Stitch. I really love making this stitch and it would look great on so many projects where you want a lot of raised texture. I hope you give it a try.
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The Berry Stitch looks great in a solid color or in stripes to really show off the little berries. It’s a little awkward at first, but once you get the hang of it, it is really simple to make. You can make them stacked in rows or staggered. The chain 3 makes a little “berry” on the surface of your work. I have the written instructions and a crochet video for you to learn how to make it.
Chain multiple: Any even number.
Berry Stitch (Bst): Insert hook in indicated stitch, yo, pull through, chain 3, yo, pull through both loops on hook.
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How To Make The Berry Stitch
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What’s On Your Hook?
Look for my Saturday segment on my social media: What’s On Your Hook? I’ll post a picture with the question on it. Leave a comment and let’s chat about what you’re making.
Here’s one for your Pinterest board, click on the photo to save it for later:
Here are some of my designs that use the Berry Stitch. Click on the photo to go to the pattern:
Thank you for visiting my blog today and spending some time here. I hope you will stop by often and find many projects that inspire you to get those hooks out and crochet! Happy crocheting.
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