Pretty Pebble Stitch


The Pretty Pebble Stitch is one of the most unique crochet stitches I've seen. To me, it almost looks like seashells dispersed throughout the crochet design. This crochet stitch is also fairly similar to the popcorn stitch in the sense that it makes little clusters, but they are more spread out and have their own creative look to them. Follow this photo tutorial to learn everything you need to know about the pebble stitch and you'll be ready to use it in anything you decide to work up.


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I learned this Pretty Pebble Stitch as the Puff stitch years ago. This is a well written pattern with great clear pictures showing you how to do it, it's so easy. The pebble stitch creates a nice warm textured material. Can be used as a face cloth or even a dish cloth and a baby blanket. The ideas are endless. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet tutorial how to.

Hi, I'm on a lengthy cruise and had some yarn left after finishing my project. I'm using it to learn new stitches. Love this one, the easy to follow instructions, and how it looks and feels when completed. Thanks!

This pattern is not the pebble stitch, but the puff stitch

I thought the puff stitch used DC stitches....?

This stitch reminds me of the bobble, but a bit smaller. I think it would work very well if you were to use this stitch with some soft cotton and make a bathroom rug. The little bumps would feel great on your feet and the fact that the stitches are elevated would allow the cotton to dry between uses.

Love this stitch! Learned it years ago,but forgot how to start the pattern. It makes a very nice, textured piece of material. Used to make a little clutch purse by continuing until piece measured approximately 8X15, then folding like an evelope. Trimmed flap and added loop for button in middle. I suggest you use one size smaller hook so tighter. Also makes a nice scarf . Use one size up on hook and make as long as you want. This stitch is very easy and you will find many uses for it.


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