This free video tutorial will walk you through the beautiful knitted puffed stitch and how to use it for a blanket! This knitting puff stitch has a very interesting knitted texture.
HOW DO YOU MASTER THE KNITTED PUFFED STITCH?
The puff stitch pattern is fairly simple, just like the single and double crochet pattern that you are familiar with. You will need yarn of varying colors and a large number 9 knitting hook. To knit this puff stitch, you do stitches of 24 and multiples of 2.
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It pops out on both sides and has a cool 3D puffy look and feel. We can make a beautiful puff stitch blanket by arranging the puff parts into different shapes, sizes and colors!
This knitted puffed stitch is worked in a similar way as the crochet bobble stitch if you are familiar with that stitch. For one, both stitches require bulky yarn. Just make sure that your sweater or blanket uses good, quality yarn. Choosing the right yarn quality is essential for producing clean puffs that will pop out on both sides of your work.
How to use this Knitted Puffed Stitch
There are so many things that you will adorn using the knitted puff stitch! Aside from a warm baby blanket, you can make scarves, hats, beautiful sweaters, and pillowcases. A lot of the projects that you can make using the popcorn stitch and bobble stitch you can also make using the puff stitch.
The particular shape of the puff stitches shown on this video are very cute and resemble a shell or a leaf. You can mess around with your knitted pattern to make heart shapes or ovals, whatever floats your boat. Have fun picking the yarn colors and beginning your knitted puff stitch pattern today!
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Tutorial and photos of this puffed stitch by: Kiran The Knitter.
Very hard to understand. I would of liked more English words. Love the pattern.