Textural Knitting Stitches for Cool Projects and Own Designs

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Textural Knitting Stitches
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Textural Knitting Stitches

Have you ever wanted to make something really special but couldn’t find any pattern you particularly liked? I’ve been there many times! Especially if we are talking about simple accessories or blankets that we can design ourselves. To control the shape and size of your crochet piece, you can just decide on some beautiful textural knitting stitches and go for it!

If you need a bigger project, may this be a blanket, and if you are searching for something simple, use it to make little dishcloths. Either way, a beautiful knitting stitch, especially a textural one, will be a lovely base for any project. It will showcase the yarn and let you create a unique accessory! Take a look at the examples below and search for links to free patterns under the pictures.

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1. Bubble Baby Blanket Free Knitting Pattern

This amazing stitch lets you create this bubbly structure. It will be perfect as a baby blanket!

DESIGNED by Pamela Lee
PROJECT TYPE blanket / stitch
CRAFT knitting
SKILL LEVEL intermediate

Bubble Baby Blanket Free Knitting Pattern

Photos by Pamela Lee / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

2. Hive Mind Cloth Free Knitting Pattern

This amazing knitting stitch looks a bit like a honeycomb. It’s delicate and looks perfect with this gold yarn!

DESIGNED by Nicole Bottles
PROJECT TYPE dishcloth / stitch
CRAFT knitting
SKILL LEVEL intermediate

Hive Mind Cloth Free Knitting Pattern
Hive Mind Cloth Free Knitting Pattern

Photos by Nicole Bottles / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

3. Power Knit Blanket

Blankets are perfect for trying out new techniques. On a large scale, it’s much easier to see all the beauty of the stitches. This one features a special knitting stitch that creates a charming, voluminous texture that adds to the coziness of the piece. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced knitter, this project will appeal to you. Follow the free knitting pattern and get started right away!

  • DESIGNED by Amanda Matthews
  • PROJECT TYPE stitches
  • CRAFT knitting
  • SKILL LEVEL beginner
Two pictures showcasing the textural knitting stitches of a knitted blanket on a couch.

Photos by Amanda Matthews / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

4. Mosaic Stripes

Another great textured blanket and another great knit stitch. Whether you’re looking for a cozy piece to wrap yourself in or want to learn some new techniques, this project will work. It’s perfect for knitters of all levels because it provides plenty of practice, yet it’s fairly relaxed so you can learn effortlessly. Either way, this project is sure to brighten up some of your crafting evenings. Check out the step-by-step knitting instructions and enjoy the results!

  • DESIGNED by Funtastic Knits
  • PROJECT TYPE stitches
  • CRAFT knitting
  • SKILL LEVEL beginner
A blue and white blanket with textural knitting stitches on a bed.

Photos by Funtastic Knits / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

5. 8 Super Easy Reversible Knit Stitch Patterns

This stitch tutorial will help you if you want to start knitting but are struggling with the project because you don’t know the techniques. It includes instructions for 8 different knitting stitches. All of them are beautiful and all of them are reversible. They are also suitable for beginners and will look great in different projects.

  • DESIGNED by Helen Driscoll
  • PROJECT TYPE stitches
  • CRAFT knitting
  • SKILL LEVEL beginner
A row of textural knitting scarves in different colors.

Photos by Helen Driscoll / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

6. Reversible Brioche Scarf

A great reversible knitting stitch that creates a beautiful texture. This technique is great for clothing and especially for sweaters and accessories. Learn the stitch, take this beginner’s scarf pattern and use what you have learned! The pattern is very easy to follow and you won’t have any trouble even if you don’t have much experience.

  • DESIGNED by Annanitato Lolo
  • PROJECT TYPE stitches
  • CRAFT knitting
  • SKILL LEVEL beginner
Two pictures of textural crochet stitches.

Photos by Annanitato Lolo / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on crazyhands.net, or read more about it on Ravelry.

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  1. Hello, I just love the Bubble Baby Blanket pattern. I have just finished making a baby blanket and would love to make a throw blanket for my granddaughter. Was wondering if possible to increase and how many stitches for a throw size blanket or is there multiples for the pattern so I could increase width. Thanks so much for your help. Susye

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