Puff stitch is one of the most versatile stitch that can be combined with different colors in one project. The puff stitch is related to the popcorn stitch and the bobble stitch which pops out on both sides of the work, meaning the back of the work looks pretty much like the front. I also have crochet puff flowers, and crochet popcorn stitch chain scarf that you can check them out. The crochet strawberry stitch is another twist with this technique. These 3 stitches look similar, but have slight difference, Tamara from Moogly says “Bobble is like a dc5tog, worked on the wrong side- typically. Popcorn is on the right side, where you take the hook out and replace it on the other side to gather it. Puff is where you pull up a bunch of loops all together”. It provides interesting texture and 3D feel to the crochet, and we can arrange the pop out with different spaces on our crochet projects. Don’t miss out all other crochet blankets that we have collected on our site, and enjoy the fun and relaxation during crocheting.
Get the free pattern via the link : The Apiary Puff by Valerie Lawson
This is a tutorial style pattern for a hexagon flower motif and how to join them using the join as you go technique. Daisy Puffagons by Sandra Paul
this blanket can be made out of whatever yarn you want, in whatever size you prefer with Stuffing. Get the free pattern: Hexa-Puff Quilt by Andrea Hoglen
If you are addicted to crochet bobble stitch, you can crochet them in chain to make this fabulous scarf for this Season.