Raspberry Crochet Stitch


Learn how to crochet the Raspberry Crochet Stitch with this step by step tutorial. Included is a video tutorial to help explain. The stitch can be made using any sized hook and yarn weight.


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I like this Raspberry Crochet Stitch tutorial, it does remind me of the bobble stitch. It's a simple stitch to do once you learn the basic stitches. I like the video that she did of the stitch showing it in slow mo, made me pass through it. I have made a few hats using this stitch pattern and l didn't know you needed to turn your work in-side-out, I just pushed each bobble out. Now with this I see I did the wrong thing. It's great to learn new stitches and where I went wrong. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet tutorial.

or is it totally different

Hi Lanier, This stitch is a type of cluster stitch. The link above will give you both written directions and also a video tutorial. :) Thanks! Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochet

is this kind of like the bobble stich

This stitch works up beautifully, in either solid or variegated yarns. I would recommend this stitch when making scarves or cowls. The finished fabric ends up wonderfully thick for cold weather, but also has a nice drape. It looks great in any yarn weight as well, so it's a very versatile stitch!

I started a cap titled Ice Queen. In the picture it looks like a bubble but it is not. What does dcfp stand for - guessing double crochet ?? Help

Hi cabon, it means double crochet front post. If you see dcbp, that's double crochet back post. It can be confusing at times. If you get stuck again, I recommend going to google.com and just enter" what does dcbp in crochet mean?" It will send you to a tutorial or crochet site to explain. Hats mainly the way I learned. Happy hooking!

I think this is great thank you for your time and showing me this stich

I liked the tutorial,it was very clear. But I have one pet peeve. I don't understand why people keep changing the names of the stitches, when they already have a name from way back. This is none other than the Berry stitch modified. And like the Popcorn stitch is now called the Bubble stitch etc. Do we just call it what we want to call it and make it ours now. I say leave it with the pioneer who made in the first place. After all they are the ones who invented the stitchs in the first place why not let them keep the honor they so deserve.

I agree.

Yes I totally agree. It gets confusing.

Great video. Didn't know this stitch, thanks for sharing.

I agree - tutorial is not clear. Do you use the two stitches you dropped? If making into an afghan and turn for the second row, Chain 3 and where do you go into from there? Very confusing. Sorry

I am pretty experienced, but I had a few ques after both reading the instructions & watching the tutorial: (1) the written instruc. don't mention any chains after each raspberry, just to sk 2 st - but in the tutorial, for the second round, she says to make the next raspberry in the "ch 2 space". (2) on the 2nd & subsequent rounds, both instruc & tutorial say to make the raspberries in the skipped st - does that mean a raspberry in BOTH skipped st between raspberries, or only in one? Help!! I'd love to make this but just am confused!

I THINK she means for 1) the ch 2 that is usually made at the beginning on a new round, and 2) by skipping the 2 stitches in the previous round, there's now a single stitch that spans the two skipped stitches and we're supposed to make the raspberry in that stitch, all the way around. I think :-) I'm going to try this and find out. Keeping fingers crossed.

Raspberry tutorial is excellent. Easy to listen to and easy to follow. I have added rows of raspberries to a beanie hat. Very cute. Thank you.

Thank goodness for tutorials. I have only taken one crochet class and have taught myself so much from tutorials. I am a visual learner but can struggle with directions if forced. I won't give up on something I really want to make because there is no tutorial BUT I much prefer one and the learning is so much more enjoyable. Being able to move forward or back is such an amazing option.

I don't like tutorials either. I like written instrucitons. It would be nice to have a pattern using the Raspberry Crochet Stitch -- like an afghan or throw.

Great site Meladora Creations! A simple yet effective stitch. One I am sure to use. I rely on video tutorials as it brings the craft to life. I can then visualise what to do when I read the pattern. Not a bad video and I was able to skip some of the slow motion when I got the general idea.

Don't know about you, but I H-A-T-E tutorials. A friend says that different people have different learning styles. Some people are visual learners who learn best by seeing something. I prefer directions. Or at least the option of either one.

Are there any pattern directions for this stitch?

If you click on the "Click here for tutorial" - it'll bring you to the instructions. Pretty isn't it?


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