The Little Crown Stitch :: Knitting Stitch #55

Stitch Description

The Little Crown Stitch is a pattern that uses wrap stitches and bobble techniques to create a unique lace texture. It looks a bit like a crocheted broomstick lace, and is a stitch that is great for the edges of garments and afghans.

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Materials Used

Jiffy

This Lion Brand Jiffy Yarn is a good choice for anyone who enjoys arts and crafts projects. This yarn works up quick and easy, and features a velvety softness that is soft to the touch. This Lion Brand yarn is made of pure acrylic, so it’s extremely durable. In consistency and appearance, it resembles mohair. It is ideal for making extra warm sweaters, jackets, vests, slippers, hats and anything else one might use during the colder months of the year. Conveniently, it is machine washable for easy care. With this acrylic yarn, you can get excited about creating your next tailored masterpiece.

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Abbreviations

K
Knit Stitch
P
Purl Stitch
sl
Slip stitch


Stitch Details

  Skill Level
Intermediate

  Row Count
Number of Rows: 4

  Pattern Repeat 
Multiples of 3 + 2

Stitch Characteristics

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Pattern Instructions

Cast On: Multiples of 3 + 2

  • Row 1: Knit all stitches
  • Row 2: Knit all stitches
  • Row 3: K1, *k1 while wrapping yarn twice; rep from * till last st, k1
  • Row 4: K1, *sl next 3 sts and let the second loop drop, place slipped sts back to main needle, [k1, p1, k1] into all 3 sts; rep from * to last st, k1.
  • Repeat rows 1 – 4 until you have reached your desired length.

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