Cluster V-Stitch Tutorials

If you don’t want to make popcorns, bobbles or puffs, but need some structure on the surface and puffy look, try cluster v-stitch. This easy to learn stitch does not create as much volume as the other mentioned techniques, but it’s great for fluffy blankets. Not only does it give your project softness, but also creates subtle zigzag pattern, which can be utilized beautifully by changing the colors in subsequent rows. Make the colors flow from one hue to another, or alternate light and dark. Make a baby blanket and decorate it with tassels or fringe – it will look great! Take a look at examples below and search for links to free patterns under the pictures.

 

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Crochet Cluster V-Stitch Tutorial

This great tutorial will walk you through the process of making cluster v-stitch. Easy!

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DESIGNED by Crochet’n’Create
PROJECT TYPE stitch tutorial

CRAFT crochet
SKILL LEVEL beginner

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Crochet Cluster V-Stitch Tutorial

 

 

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Crochet Cluster V-Stitch Tutorial

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Cluster V-Stitch Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

Why not try making a blanket already? This pattern will show you how to use this stitch in a project!

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DESIGNED by Repeat Crafter Me
PROJECT TYPE blanket

CRAFT crochet
SKILL LEVEL beginner

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Cluster V-Stitch Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

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Cluster V-Stitch Blanket

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