Favorite Pinterest Finds: Stitches!


Anyone who knows me, also knows I’m a total Pinterest junkie! Seriously, I can’t get enough of that place! So I’ve decided to take some of my absolute favorite finds, break them down into bite sized categories, and then share them here with all of you!

This post is all about super cool stitches! You’ll see everything from bobbles to broomstick–and every one is ultra fabulous!

https://hodgepodgecrochet.wordpress.com/ Pinterest Stitches!

Lots of Crochet Stitches by M.J. Joachim is one place you will probably come across at one time or another on Pinterest. In addition to a variety of stitches that are broken down along with photo tutorials, you can find other goodies like patterns and motifs! This is one you definitely want to pin and come back to!

The Crochet Crowd is also another place that you are bound to run across on Pinterest. Mikey, as always, does an amazing job describing how to work broomstick lace in only 10 minutes and 51 seconds on YouTube!

Sarah London blogged about a stitch called Apache Tears and all I can say is WOW! I’ve seen it all over Pinterest so make sure to get that pattern on your pinboard asap!

Yuli Handmade BLEW ME AWAY with the Chevron Waves Pattern featured on her blog. Trust me, you NEED this stitch in your life!!

Crochet a Trunk-Full O’ Fun has you covered with a simple and classic granny ripple stitch!

The Nearsighted Owl has the most adorable bobble blanket stitch! It’s a beautiful and warm stitch–which is perfect for any newborn. (Or grown-up!) Hurry on over and pin this one to revisit in Autumn.

Crochet Spot is another place that has a permanent home in Pinterest. I can’t scroll too far without seeing something pinned from there!! The Blanket Stitch is one of my all time favorite pins from this site!

If you’re looking for something totally unique, Easy Makes Me Happy has something for you! The Feather Stitch is one of the cutest stitches around and I’ve been itching to add it into something for a while now!

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If you have a favorite stitch, PLEASE SHARE IT in the comments area below!! I’m always looking for cool new things to add to my pin collection!

 

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5 thoughts on “Favorite Pinterest Finds: Stitches!

  1. […] last Pinterest blog post was WAY back in June, and I think it’s high time we do another […]

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  2. crochetcorner.wordpress.com/ July 3, 2013 at 10:36 pm Reply

    Reblogged this on Crochet Corner and commented:
    thanks there are lots of different versions of the crochet stitches us, uk, Chinese etc very confusing and then patterns don t always say what there terms are, at times u think what are they writing this pattern in is it uk or us. how can i find out, i normally go by the country the patterns published in but what if there based in uk and us . then i check stitch guide to see if they show how they do double crochet but thats not always included . just wish the patterns would say. its so frustrating.

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  3. The Crochet Crowd July 3, 2013 at 7:46 am Reply

    Reblogged this on Knot Just Yarn: The Crochet Crowd Blog and commented:
    Hodge Podge Crochet found some really interesting stitches for crochet on Pinterest. She has put some links in to show you great finds she has discovered. As a crochet-a-holic, it’s great to see something different and inspirational.

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  4. babycakescreates June 27, 2013 at 9:30 pm Reply

    I love this cupcake stitch afghan. It’s simple enough for a beginner and so cute! http://www.favecrafts.com/Crochet-Afghans/Cupcake-Afghan

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  5. TJ Thompson June 27, 2013 at 9:09 pm Reply

    Wonderful, wonderful O:-)

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