Post stitches add so much texture and interest to your crochet projects. They can be used to make cables, but they can also be used in many other ways, and each looks different. I have collected 7 free crochet patterns that use post stitches in ways other than cables.

Post Stitches - free crochet pattern round up from Jessie At Home

Here are the names and links of each pattern.

1) Bundle of Bobbles Cowl designed by Kim Guzman
Kim uses post stitches to make bobbles in this playful cowl.

2) Basket Weave Coffee Sleeve by Just Be Happy Life
This sweet little coffee sleeve is a great way to learn the basket weave stitch.

3) Snow Country Ski Beanie by Kirsten Holloway Designs
“The diamond stitch adds extra warmth to this piece, and will keep you warm and stylish on the slopes this year.”

4) Faux Knit Ear Warmer by Maria’s Blue Crayon
“I’m sharing with you a crochet ear warmer pattern that looks knit! I’ve been crushing on knitted items lately – the look and the texture!”

5) Crunching Leaves Mod Scarf by Left in Knots
“I immediately fell in love with this ‘Centaur’ colorway for its warm fall tones. It reminds me of warm apple cider, pumpkin patches and leaf piles! And so the Crunching Leaves Mod Scarf was born”

6) Raised Stripes Hat by Jessie At Home
“This hat gets its name from the front post stitches running down the hat, and the color stripes running around the hat.”

7) Black and White and Red All Over by Marly Bird
“This pattern uses the shallow post stitch to create it’s texture and pinstripe look. This is a great project to learn a new stitch.”

Don’t forget to check out some of the other great Round Ups that have happened in Blogland recently!

To see more Round Ups from Jessie At Home, click here.

OR ~ If you would like a pattern and yarn all together in a kit, try one of these (Click the images to go to the kits):

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