How To: Crochet The Even Berry Stitch - Easy Tutorial

Some of you may remember that I couple of weeks ago I excitedly shared my tutorial for the Uneven Berry Stitch.
It was such a hit, that I immediately decided to buckle down and put together this fun little lesson on how to crochet the alternative, Even Berry Stitch!

Autumn is creeping in around every corner here, sadly meaning that berry picking season is quickly drawing to an end, but even that wasn't going to stop me from crocheting these bubble-like berries.

The Even Berry Stitch has such a quirky and unique texture about it, while still remaining a pretty easy stitch to learn, perfect for any crochet newbies to give a go... Just imagine all the berry-licious blankets and cosy scarves you could crochet using this stitch!

You're never too old to learn something new, so if you're just as excited as I always am about obtaining some extra crochet knowledge, this helpful video will guide you through all the necessary steps to learn the "The Even Berry Stitch" (in an easy to follow speed), as you continue on your ever-growing crochet adventure!

Yarn - LB Collection Cotton Bamboo (DK/8ply)
Crochet Hook - 5.00mm (H/8)

Stitches & Abbreviations
Berry Stitch (berry st) - Yarn over, insert hook into next st, yarn over and pull back through st. Yarn over, pull through 1st loop on hook. Yarn over and insert hook into same st, yarn over and pull back through st. Yarn over, pull through 1st loop on hook. Yarn over, pull through all 5 loops on hook, ch1.

Chain in multiples of 2.

Row 1- Skip 2 ch (counts as 1st sc), 1 sc in 3rd ch from hook. 1 sc in every ch. Turn your work.
Row 2- Ch1 (counts as 1st sl st). *1 berry st in next st. Sl st in next st. Repeat from the * all across, ending with a sl st in turning ch. Turn your work.
Row 3- Ch2 (counts as 1st sc). *Sl st in next berry st. 1 sc in next sl st. Repeat from the * all across, ending with a sc in turning ch. Turn your work.
Row 4- Ch1 (counts as 1st sl st). *1 berry st in next sl st. Sl st in next sc. Repeat from the * all across, ending with a sl st in turning ch. Turn your work.

Row 3 - 4 until you have reached your desired length.

Are there any other crochet stitches or techniques you'd love to learn?
I'm always open to new ideas and inspiration when it comes to 
sharing crochet with the world!


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  2. I love this little bunny hat and diaper cover. I think I got it on the wrong page.

  3. I think Baby Girl is going to have to have a bunny hat. Now to see if I have some brown yarn.

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