Unique Bavarian Crochet Stitch Tutorial

By: Stacy Vaka from
Unique Bavarian Crochet Stitch Tutorial

The Bavarian stitch is typically crocheted in the round, but not this one! The Unique Bavarian Crochet Stitch Tutorial will show you how to crochet this particular stitch in rows instead. The Bavarian stitch is one of my personal favorites simply because of how pretty it is. It creates a lovely textured stitch pattern and works very well for crochet blanket patterns. This particular crochet stitch is ideal for experienced beginner or intermediate crocheters. Feel free to use the same colored yarn, or incorporate multiple colors.


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

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This is beautiful. Would love to know color yarns used. Thank you

Hi Laurie, I would go straight to the source and ask the designer on her blog about this - we only link out to the pattern. :) Julia, AFCAP editor

Wow this is a Unique Bavarian Crochet Stitch Tutorial. I'm guessing the amount of yarn needed depends on the size you want your item to be. This pattern is very interesting and it makes the bavarian stitch easy sounding. I will give this one a try. I printed the tutorial and will be using it soon. The front post treble stitch is so nice looking and makes a great cable stitch. Thank you so much for sharing this crochet bavarian stitch tutorial.

I did not see the amount of yarn required. Perhaps I missed it but I imagine it requires quite a lot since it uses puff type stitches. Thanks.

This Unique Bavarian Crochet Stitch afghan is so beautiful, painstakingly made of the relatively complicated Bavarian stitches. The pattern looks easy with special stitches that include "fptr" which simply means "front post treble stitch". Well, even for veteran crocheters, some of us like me have to learn how it is done. If you really want to do this design, don't worry, there is a tutorial on Youtube on how to do the "fptr" stitch. Go ahead and do this beautiful afghan.

Oh this is beautiful, and definitely unique! Can't wait to give it a try! TFS!


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