The Petite Quercus Points Edging :: Knitting Stitch #187 In Edgings, Shapes & Motifs Stitch Description This knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the petite quercus points points edging. This stitch creates a fun pointed edging. The petite quercus edging would be great for wrapping gifts, tiny bunting, or edging children’s items! Video Tutorial Abbreviations KKnit Stitch PPurl Stitch k2togKnit 2 Together p2togPurl 2 Together k2tog tblKnit 2 Together Through the Back Loop Stitch Details Skill LevelEasy Row CountNumber of Rows: 6 Pattern Repeat Multiples of 16 Stitch Characteristics Pattern Instructions Cast On: Multiples of 16 Prep: Purl Row 1: (Wrong side) k1, p to last st, k1. Row 2: k2tog tbl, k to last 2 sts, k2tog (14 sts) Row 3: k1, p to last st, k1 Row 4: k2tog tbl, *yo, k2tog; rep from * to last 2 sts, k2tog. (12 sts) Row 5: Knit Row 6: k2tog tbl, k to last 2 sts, k2tog (10 sts) Repeat rows 1-6 once more, then rows 1 and 2 once (2sts), p2tog. Fasten off. Swatch Photos Example of the Petite Quercus Triangle Edging (Click for Larger) Related Posts The Mitered Square :: Knitting Stitch #143 By Johnny Vasquez The Pleated Ruffle Edge Stitch :: Knitting Stitch #109 By Johnny Vasquez The Crown Edging Stitch :: Knitting Stitch #131 By Johnny Vasquez The Herringbone Edging Stitch :: Knitting Stitch #160 By Johnny Vasquez 7 Comments firstname.lastname@example.org Nice edging! What does the K2tog through the back loop do differently than a simple K2tog? I noticed it is only used at the beginning of the row. Johnny Vasquez It changes the direction the stitches lean. A k2tog leans right. A k2tog tbl leans left. Hgayle Like this edging. Gonna have to remember it for use in the future. email@example.com Hi Johnny, I love the way you knit. I taught myself to knit but after I watched your videos i wanted to copy the way you use your pointer finger to get the yarn around the needle. my knitting is quicker & more comfy than how I was throwing the yarn b4. I noticed on Row4 the direction you wrap your yarn when doing a yarn over. I believe I’m yarning over the needle the opposite direction (clockwise). Does it matter ? Thank you Carolyne Johnny Vasquez One direction will situate the yarn as a twisted stitch. It’s easy to compensate for. If what you’re doing works for you I wouldn’t worry about it. firstname.lastname@example.org I have a deep love for cables, it’s the reason I wanted to learn to knit. Now I am interested in cables & lace & I know yarn overs are one of the fence posts in lace lol. So my going clockwise with the yarn is actually twisting the stitch? So how would I compensate this? I thought I read knitting the stitch thru the back loop will correct it. Sheesh, I never realized I was twisting it but that’s probably because I don’t do many yo’s. thanks Johnny Vasquez It depends on what you’re doing if the yarn over will twist the stitch. I think you’re probably fine. If you are going from a knit stitch to another knit stitch, then you would bring the yarn to the front of your work and over the top of the needle. If you are twisting your stitch, then knitting through the back loop will twist the stitch back.