STRUCTURAL BUT SOFT STITCHhttps://crochetpedia.com/easy-crochet-braided-stitch-ideas/
If you are familiar with crochet fundamentals, you shouldn’t have any problems with this one, because it uses basic techniques. Puff stitch requires some patience, so that the yarn is pulled out evenly, but it all comes with experience. It is often mistaken for bobble or popcorn, but they are all different techniques. Try this fantastic stitch, so you can hone your skills and create lovely accessories for your home!
Claudetta used King Cole Riot Chunky, which is chunky yarn. She chose 5,5 mm hook, but you will also need a pair of scissors and a yarn needle. Feel free to use different yarn and corresponding crochet hook for this, but remember that squishy and soft yarn will make it look the comfiest.
The work begins with starting chain of multiple of 2. It continues with double crochet stitches, chains and puffs, but there is a little trick that makes all the difference! Let me just say that it’s all about where you work your puff stitches.
This technique will allow you to create fantastic, double-sided structural crochet piece, which can easily become a baby blanket or a pillow cover.
Check out full video tutorial here, it’s really worth a try!