This tutorial features Lion Brand LB Collection Cotton Bamboo and a US – H, 5mm hook.
Step 2: Yarn over and insert your hook into the same stitch, yarn over and pull up another loop, pulling the height of these loops up to meet the others.
Finishing the Puff Stitch the Standard Way: With all 9 loops pulled up tall on your hook, yarn over and pull through all 9 loops.
Finishing the Puff Stitch the Moogly Way: With all 9 loops pulled up tall on your hook, yarn over and pull through just the first 8 loops. I prefer to finish the Puff Stitch my way, because the last yo and pull through sits on top of the loop you pulled through the first 8 loops, whereas with the standard version you’ve got the first pull through followed by a chain right next to it. And if you enjoyed this tutorial, please vote for Moogly in the Craftsy Blogger Awards for Best Tutorials in Knitting and Crochet!
This is not the first time I’ve needed to look up instructions on a stitch and struggled.
Why did I waste my time googling this when I knew I could just come to Moogly and find exactly what I needed?? I don’t know why I was intimidated by the Puff stitch but you made learning it so easy. I sent a question, but now I don’t see any later posts than 2015 and I posted mine yesterday, I believe.


You can find my patterns on my sidebar or in my shop and they will tell you everything you need to know! It’s a simple stitch to make, though it can take a bit of practice to keep all the tension even. In other words, you’re going to start 4 hdc stitches in the same stitch, but not finish any of them until the end. This might seem trivial, but when working the next row with the standard version you have to be careful not to put an extra stitch in there.
I’ve used this stitch in the Pampering Massage Soap Saver as well as the Pampering Massage Back Scrubber and Washcloth.
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I sell handmade soaps and am always on the hunt for cool things I can sell in that go with them. The ones in the video are in a super drapey cotton bamboo, and they do tend to fall back into the fabric. Yes I think I have wrecked a few items pulling them out to try and work out where I went wrong and added a few too many stitches.


You are so talented and I hope to someday make a puff quilt that somewhat resembles the amazing ones that you make! My friend is expecting and she saw this set and fell in love so i want to make in her coordinating room colors.
However, I strongly encourage you to experiment with both methods to see which one you prefer – and which one you prefer in any particular project! Note that this swatch also started with 5 sts, and the final swatch also has 5 sts – this method makes it easier to keep your stitch count correct. I think what might help is to make sure you’re pulling the puff st loops up nice and high, and then working the stitches before and after the puff very tightly. It also makes the work neater as the old way of doing them made the top of the puff sit a little higher than the rest of the row and it wasn’t meant to be that way.
Additionally, you can try adding another yo and pull through, for 11 loops on the hook- that might give you the volume you’re looking for! My puffs just seem like they sink back into my soap saver:( Am I doing something wrong, or is it the yarn I am using?



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