I love the challenge of converting a knit stitch to a crochet stitch and vice-versa. If I could spend my days just doing this, I would. I know, I’m a bit stitch obsessed, but it’s so much fun. In this post, I explore the Quilted Lattice Crochet Stitch
When I first opened A Treasury of Knitting Patterns by Barbara Walker, I knew some of these stitch designs just needed to be converted. And this is my take on converting the Quilted Lattice Knit Stitch to a Crochet Stitch.
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Quilted Lattice Crochet Stitch Supplies:
- Crochet Hook 8mm (L), I highly recommend Furls Hook (affiliate link) or a Tulip Rose Crochet Hook (link below). I love both of these.
- Yarn Needle
- Any weight of yarn will work to practice this swatch. In the video I use a bulky weight acrylic and an L-hook
- blo – back loop only
- ch – chain
- MC- Main Color
- sl st – slip stitch
- RS – Right Side
- st(s) – stitch(es)
- WS – Wrong Side
- yo – yarn over
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-The chain 1 at the beginning of the round does not count as a stitch.
-Slip stitches are worked in the back loops only.
-Tip: at the end of each row where the second yarn is carried, to ensure tension is loose, giving the edges a tug can help.
-This stitch pattern is worked in multiples of 6+1
Quilted Lattice Crochet Swatch:
|1 (RS)||Ch 20, working in blo: sl st in the second chain from the hook while also catching the second strand of yarn on the front. For the rest of this row the second strand of yarn will be carried loosely on the front of work, *sl st 5, sl st in next while also catching the second strand of yarn; repeat * across, turn.||19|
|2-3||Ch 1, working in blo: sl st in each stitch across, turn.||19|
|4 (WS)||Ch 1, working in blo: sl st in first while also catching the second strand of yarn that will now be carried on the back of work for this row (wrong side of work is facing, second yarn will be carried along the right side of work not facing). Sl st 2, *place hook into next stitch while also slipping under the carried yarn from three rows below and catching the carried yarn, sl st 5; repeat * until last 3 sts, sl st 2, in last sts place hook into next stitch and catching the carried yarn, turn.||19|
|5-6||Ch 1, working in blo: sl st in each stitch across, turn.||19|
|7||Ch 1, working in blo and carrying second yarn on the front of work: place the hook under the strand carried three rows below, while also laying the carried yarn over the hook to catch it, and then sl st in the blo of first st, *sl st 5, place the hook under the strand carried three rows below, while also laying the carried yarn over the hook to catch it, and then sl st in the blo of next st; repeat * across, turn.||19|
|Repeats||Repeat Rows 2-7 until the desired fabric length is reached.|
Helpful Quilted Lattice Crochet Stitch Video:
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