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Bavarian Crochet (aka Wool Eater) is a type of crochet stitch or pattern that uses multiple stitches together to create a raised or ridged look in the finished product. It is mainly used to make blankets.
Free patterns for this style of crocheting are pretty much non-existent so in this post I will be sharing with you all the information that I can find about Bavarian Crochet.
FREE Wool Eater Instructions from the Sarah London Blog – picture tutorial. Great for first-timers!
FREE Bavarian Crochet in Rows Instructions from CrochetKitten.com – no pictures just instructions.
Here is a FREE YouTube video from Crochet Geek explaining Bavarian Crochet.
Bavarian Crochet On-the-Go book from Annie’s Attic – Projects are small enough to take and work wherever you go. Instructions are included for a bag holder, bottle cover, hot pads, slouchy beanie, purse, girl’s hat, baby hat, baby booties, ladies slippers, 2 mug wraps, fingerless gloves, a beanie and a cowl. Available for sale as hard copy or electronic download for $8.95.
Cap 5 – Bavarian Crochet Pattern by Rainbow Dandelion – For Sale on Ravelry for $3.50
Roughcut Diamonds Cowl and Wrist Warmers by Sarah Jane – For Sale on Ravelry for $4.99
Pattern 25-Bavarian Rectangular Crocheted Afghan by AmishHeritageDesign – For Sale on Etsy for $4.50
Crochet Pattern – Bavarian Lap Blanket – PDF by WoolnHook – For Sale on Etsy for $5.70
If you know of any Bavarian Crochet (or Wool Eater) patterns, tutorials, videos, book, etc., please share the links to them in the comments below. Thanks!
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