It’s time to learn a new stitch! I am so excited to show you How to Crochet Bavarian Stitch because it looks complicated but it really isn’t. Crochet Bavarian stitch is a really interesting and has a lovely textured diamond shape design. It’s easy to see why this is a very popular stitch and we know that you are going to love learning all the details. Normally this stitch works from center out to create a large or small squares that you can use as snugly blankets, afghans and throw. You can make this stitch in solid and more than one color. Happy Crocheting !
How to Crochet Bavarian Stitch in Round ?
The Bavarian Stitch is a textured crochet stitch that creates a beautiful, multi-dimensional pattern. When worked in the round, it creates a circular pattern that is perfect for hats, blankets, and other round projects. To crochet the Bavarian Stitch in the round, you’ll need to alternate between a series of front post double crochets and back post double crochets. This creates the “popcorn” stitch that is the hallmark of the Bavarian Stitch. By repeating this technique around and around, you’ll build up the stitch pattern, creating a beautiful and unique texture. The Bavarian Stitch is a great stitch for both beginners and experienced crocheters, and it’s a fun way to add interest and texture to your projects.
Follow Crochet Bavarian Stitch Written Pattern Below:
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The pattern you’ve described is a crochet stitch pattern for a textured stitch that involves alternating between rows of double crochet and front post double crochet clusters, with some single crochets and chain spaces for spacing. This stitch pattern creates a unique and multi-dimensional texture that is great for a variety of crochet projects.
SKILL LVL: Beginner
Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook and each across. = 33 sc
Row 2: Ch 3(counts as dc now and throughout), turn, 4 dc in next st, *sk 2 sts, sc in next st, sk 2 sts, 8 dc fan in next st*, repeat *to* 3 more times, sk 2 sts, sc in next st, sk 2 sts, 4 dc in next st, dc in last st. = 2-4 dc groups, 2 dc & 4 – 8 dc fans.
Row 3: Ch 1, turn, sc in st, *ch 3, Fpdc cl across next 8 dc’s, ch 3, sc in ch 1 sp below of previous row*, repeat *to* 4 more times ending with the sc in the last st(top of ch 3). = 6 sc, 5 fpdc cl & 10 ch 3’s *don’t miss making your ch 3’s, *You can see the pics above of the front and back of this row
Row 4: Ch 1, turn, sc in st, *8 dc fan in center of ch 1 from previous row, sc in next sc*, repeat *to* 4 more times ending with the sc in the last st. = 6 sc, & 5 8dc fans
Row 5: Ch 3, turn, make beg 1/2 Fpdc cl, *ch 3, sc in ch 1 sp of previous row, ch 3, fpdc cl over next 8 dc’s*, repeat *to* 3 more times, ch 3, sc in ch 1 sp, make a beg 1/2 fpdc cl, dc in last st. =2 dc, 5 sc, 2 beg 1/2 fpdc cl & 4 – fpdc cl
Row 6: Ch 3, turn, 4 dc in ch 1 sp of previous row’s cluster, *sc in next sc, 8 dc fan in next ch 1 sp*, repeat *to* 3 more times, sc in next ch 1 sp, 4 dc in next st, dc in last st. = 2 dc, 2 – 4dc fans & 4 – 8dc fans
Rows 7-17: repeat rows 3-6 ending with the row 5 as last row
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