[Video Tutorial] Learn A New Crochet Stitch: The Cupcake Stitch (Afghan Pattern Included)

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The cupcake crochet stich is such a cute and loveable stitch which can be used to create delightful afghans and baby blankets. This crochet stitch’s design is just about the so popular cupcakes. The thought of having a whole aghan made of cupcakes is extremely adorable and sweet. This video tutorial, courtesy of Margaret Olander, features the beautiful Cupcake Afghan by Roseanna E. Beck, and will teach you how to make this simple stitch. The pattern and the tutorial are suitable for beginners.

Check out the original source for this pattern with all the directions and full written pattern at: FaveCrafts

Thanks toย Roseanna Beck ย for the article inspiration and featured image.

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262 Comments to [Video Tutorial] Learn A New Crochet Stitch: The Cupcake Stitch (Afghan Pattern Included)

  1. I have used this pattern to make baby blankets for friends who were expecting. It was a lot of fun and easy to do.

  2. Thanks for the referral although I cringe when I look back at this tutorial! I think it may have been my very first one and it’s horribly done BUT the stitch is so darn cute!

    • dailycrochet

      Hi Margaret, thank you so much for your tutorial! Is so highly appreciated by so many crocheters,and the stitch is just adorable! <3 ๐Ÿ˜‰

    • dailycrochet

      Hi Sharon, pleae click the name of the pattern: Cupcake Afghan to get to the pattern’s page. Hope it helps!

  3. That’s what I did. I used brown for the wrapper and changed up the color of the frosting. Still trying to get the Hang of it. The picture shows a tighter stitch then what I end up with. I had to put it aside as I have to finish another project

  4. Jessica Gainey

    I really like the cupcake pattern. It looks really nice. I’ve gotta try get the pattern and try it. Thank you!

  5. I found when working this it doesn’t actually look like cupcakes. I modified it and it looked much better. Instead if dc, ch, dc, ch, dc, I worked 5 dc tog and it was more full and liked more like a cupcake.

  6. Ok. Sorry it took so long. I actually had to make another sample. Here it is. I haven’t worked out the details on the edges yet. They aren’t turning or quote right but the pattern actually looks more like a cupcake.

  7. I’m currently using baby blanket yarn; thinking of switching up to worsted weight acrylic, and using the above-mentioned tutorial. The stitches over the ‘cupcakes’ look a bit different from the one I’m doing.

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