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Cluster Stitch Crochet – How to Video Tutorial

Cluster Stitch Crochet Pattern

In the cluster stitch crochet video tutorial below, I will walk you through how to work this fun and easy stitch.

If you are new to crochet, don’t be intimidated by the cluster stitch. I just know that after watching the video demo, you will love that this stitch is super easy and fun to work. Best of all, the cluster stitch creates a dense and cozy fabric. It is perfect for baby blankets, throws, and anything else that you want to be extra snuggly and warm.

All you need is some bulky weight yarn, and a size J-10 crochet hook to follow along with me. The yarn used in the demo is Knit Picks Mighty Stitch Bulky Yarn in the colour Blush.

Written Instructions:

Cluster Stitch (CL) *Yarn Over, insert hook into specified stitch and draw up a loop to the height of a DC; Yarn Over and draw through two loops; repeat from * two more times in same stitch; Yarn Over and draw through all four loops remaining on hook; Chain one.

Cluster Stitch Crochet Video Demo:

Cozy Cluster Crochet Stitch

Cozy Clusters Baby Blanket Pattern

If you’d like to crochet your own baby blanket with the cluster stitch, check out my Cozy Clusters Baby Blanket pattern. This is one of my most popular baby blanket patterns that is perfect for both baby boys and girls! You’ll also love that it works up super quick, since it is made with bulky weight yarn and a large hook! This blanket will fly off your hook and leave you with a sense of accomplishment in no time. Not to mention, any parent would love to receive this thoughtful handmade gift.

Cluster Stitch Crochet Pattern
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15 Responses

  1. Liked the tutorial for the cluster stitch but wish is was done a bit slower and maybe a closer view. I just replayed a couple of times to be sure I got it right. Thanks so much and I will be using it. I hope you will add more tutorials. They really help.

  2. Hi! Really enjoy your blog! I am a relatively new crocheter and have been attempting this pattern, but am finding that the chain 1 spaces seem to be a lot larger than in the picture—-any ideas? Could it be the yarn or the hook? Thanks so much!

  3. HI
    Great video and can’t wait to start.
    Can you tell me what ply this yarn is (in Australia)
    When I look up what ply a bulky yarn converts to it says 12 ply?
    Thanks!

  4. Hi LeeLee, I made this as a baby blanket in a wonder peachy color. So simple and easy. It reminds me of the bean stitch or the Elizabeth stitch. I did a few rows each evening and by the end of the week and a snuggly, yet elegant, baby blanket. Love your site too!

  5. Good day LeeLee. I have been crocheting for over fifty years and i’ve done patterns from complicated (beautifully elegant) to easy (cute). But this pattern pattern fills both categories, easy and elegant. I’ve finished four of them (different sizes) for Christmas gifts. I really like your patterns and how you make them appeal to the novice as well as the expert crocheted. Thank you for sharing and caring.

  6. Good day LeeLee. I have been crocheting for over fifty years and i’ve done patterns from complicated (beautifully elegant) to easy (cute). But this pattern pattern fills both categories, easy and elegant. I’ve finished four of them (different sizes) for Christmas gifts. I really like your patterns and how you make them appeal to the novice as well as the expert crocheter. Thank you for sharing and caring.

  7. Thank you for this blanket pattern. I have a giant skein of the Ice Cream Scoop by Lion Brand and wanted to make a baby blanket with oomph. This is it. I will keep the blanket until I find someone in need. I knit and crochet for charity and I am sure someone would love a blanket in ice cream colors. Thank you again for all your patterns. They are keepers. So now I have a few of them to use up my stash. Keep creating while on the bench at the hockey games. 🙂

    1. You’re so welcome Wendy! I’m so glad to hear how much you are enjoying the patterns. The world needs more kind people like you who knit and crochet for charity!

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