I absolutely 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. And in this post, we will explore the Quilted Lattice Knit 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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Supplies for the Quilted Lattice Knit Stitch:
- Size US 9 (5.5 mm) & dpn or circular needles or 5 DPNs
- Removable stitch markers if needed
- Yarn needle to weave in ends
- Fur Pompom, tutorial on blog
- Yarn Used:
- Madelinetosh Chunky in colorway Earl Grey
- Yarn substitutions (check gauge):
- Berroco Ultra Wool Chunky
• 16 sts and 24 rows = 4” (10 cm) in stockinette
- BO- Bind Off
- CO- Cast On
- k- knit
- st(s) – stitch(es)
- wyif – with yarn in front
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– This stitch is worked in multiples of 6+3 in the round.
|1||Cast on the desired number of stitches in multiples of 6+3 and work in the round.*wyif sl 5, k1; repeat * around|
|3||k2, *insert needle under loose strand and knit next stitch, bringing stitch out from under strand, k5; repeat * around, end last repeat k3|
|5||k3, *wyif sl 5; k1; repeat * until last 3; wyif sl 3|
|6||wyif sl 2, knit in remaining sts around|
|7||*k5, insert needle under loose strand and knit next stitch, bringing stitch out from under strand; repeat * around|
|Repeat||Repeat rounds 1-8 for desired length.|
Video on the Quilted Lattice Knit Stitch:
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