1. Cindy
    July 13, 2022 @ 1:11 am

    Thank you for sharing this! I really want to try it for a throw I’m planning on making.
    I’m just unsure how to figure the yardage needed for a throw that’s approximately 50×60 with worsted weight yarn. I’m anxious to start but want to make sure I have enough on hand so I don’t run out mid-project. Can you help with that?
    Thanks again for posting this tutorial. I’m looking forward to future patterns.

    • Ariana Wimsett
      July 13, 2022 @ 4:43 pm

      You can figure out by making a swatch (a 10 by 10 inch in size) and see how much yarn you used. Then you multiply that to see how much you will need for the whole blanket.

      For a 50 by 60 inch one you will need to use this formula: whatever amount of yarn you used for a 10 by 10 inch sample (in meters or yards) x 30.

      I hope this helps

  2. Miss Mahtab
    July 5, 2020 @ 4:38 am

    I found your site. nice work that you doing. I like it very much. I hope everyone will love it. I want to say thanks for the helpful work. keep it up.

    • arianagoldberry
      July 6, 2020 @ 11:59 am

      Thank you!💕

  3. Anonymous
    September 26, 2019 @ 8:10 pm

    This is a really lovely explanation! Is it possible to do the alpine stitch in the round instead of in rows? I am trying to make a baby swaddle and am trying to figure out how to do it in the round.

  4. sharming
    August 23, 2019 @ 3:51 am

    Thank you so very much, your tutorial with pics is excellent, I didn't even need to view the video. I had tried this stitch on someone else's website – they did a terrible job of explaining – my stitches were frightful. so very thankful to you – I will be trying out some of your other stitches
    Blessings to you

  5. Angelina Moses
    February 19, 2019 @ 4:43 pm

    I love this stitch! Thank you so much for sharing it!

  6. K
    February 16, 2019 @ 6:38 am

    how would you increase with this stitch? Want to make hooded scarf and want to widen it at the hood part. Thank you

    • Crafting Happiness
      February 18, 2019 @ 11:35 pm

      I haven't tried it yet, but I guess it'll have to be an odd number of increased stitches per row. Might be a bit tricky

      • Linda Robinson
        October 9, 2021 @ 2:18 pm

        How do you decide how much yarn you need?

        • Ariana Wimsett
          October 10, 2021 @ 9:37 am

          The easiest way is to make a sample and see how much yarn you have used, then multiply it by the size of the project you want to make. I hope this helps

  7. Unknown
    February 12, 2019 @ 6:49 pm

    Thank you for this. I have been looking for a tutorial that I can follow for these two stitches.

    • Kim Quinn
      September 17, 2020 @ 1:22 pm

      if the stitch below is a dc, then fpdc in it, if it’s a fpdc, then make dc.

      After a year of trying to get the sense of it, the above quote is so simple and amazing.
      It reminded me of completely failing algebra 1 in high school. Could never get the sense of the order of things. And then, at 30, being in an adult ed center(my 3rd grader had come home with a note informing parents they were going to be learning PREalgebra…me->😳🙄.
      Then, the 1st day they said a magic sentence-
      Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally. Do whats in P, parentheses first and bring down, next figure out your E, exponents, do the multiplication etc.

      Thank you for the first line. I could never figure out which stitch to skip as my eyes don’t see great. Now, its simply is it a fpdc or dc. Ahhhhhh, there is HOPE.