How to Crochet: Pineapple Puff Stitch | Easy Video Tutorial for Beginners

The pineapple puff stitch is one of my favorites.  It’s so easy to create and is so useful for all kinds of projects.  I’ve used it in scarves, hats, and blankets.  It works up super fast too and its versatile too!  You can yarn over as many times as you’d like to create a small or larger puff.

Please hashtag: #pineapplepuffstitch on Instagram with what you create with this stitch and I’ll enter you into the pool to win a free gift!

I used this stitch in my sequoia ridge slouch hat – pattern can be found on Etsy here and Ravelry here.

The pineapple puff stitch creates a great horizontal look to the puff, unlike traditional puff stitches which have a vertical look to them.  Keep an eye out for some new patterns using this pineapple puff, because I think I’m in love.

I would love to see all your creations using this stitch.  Head over Instagram or Facebook and post some pics!

I hope you enjoy this tutorial, and if you have any questions or comments, please leave them below, I would love to talk crochet!


What is your favorite stitch?

What is your favorite type of crochet project?

I recently asked some of my crochet groups what they like to crochet the most and I was surprised to find out it was Afghans!  Then hats & beanies were a close second.

I haven’t delved into the world of Afghans very often, but I absolutely love creating C2C graphs.  I only wish I had more time to design, and create ALL my patterns for graphs.  Soon I will be uploaded a bunch of C2C graphs.

What do you want my next pattern to be?  Leave a comment below and I’ll do my best to create something fun for you to make!

Challenge me!

Happy Hooking!

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