How to Crochet a Relief Stitch Pattern: Raised Crochet

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The crochet relief stitch pattern is a fun variation on regular crochet.

It can be used to create different textures and effects in crochet pieces.

In this video, you will learn how to crochet the raised crochet pattern by alternating between working regular stitches and relief stitches.

In crochet, a relief pattern is created by working every other stitch in the front post and back post.

This crochet pattern takes some practice to master but it's well worth it for beautiful crochet items like blankets or scarves!


How to Crochet a Relief Stitch Pattern: Raised Crochet

Crocheting a relief pattern is an easy way to add texture and depth.

To do so, work in front post AND back posts of each stitch for increased visual appeal!

Crocheting with this technique will give your blankets that extra warmth you crave.

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How to Crochet a Relief Stitch Pattern: Raised Crochet
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Follow this guide if you want to learn how! There really isn't anything too complicated here so don't be intimidated!

This is a great way to show off your crocheting skills and it's even easier than the traditional crochet stitch.

There are many designs that can be created with this technique, so get ready!

You could make an afghan for yourself or as gifts – both would look fantastic on any wall in need of some extra love from friends and family members alike.

This easy beautiful crochet relief pattern technique comes with a video tutorial only. Turn on CC when watching the video and you can read the pattern in the subtitles.

To get the written pattern, please click the link below the second video tutorial.

See more about this pattern: Relief Stitch Pattern via Blog do crochê.

Thanks to Blog do crochê for the article’s inspiration and featured image.

Here is the same raised crochet technique explained in a Garnstudio DROPS Design video.

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