The Scalloped Eyelet Edging :: Knitting Stitch #223

How to Knit the Scalloped Eyelet Edging.

About this Stitch Pattern

This knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the scalloped eyelet edging stitch. The scalloped eyelet edging stitch would be great for any edging project!

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Techniques Used In This Stitch Pattern

Stitch Pattern Details

Skill Level


Row Count


Stitch Repeat

Cast on 11 sts

Stitch Pattern Instructions

Cast On:Cast on 11 sts

  • Row 1: (Right Side): Sl 1, k2, yo, p2tog, yo, sl1, k1, psso, [yo, sl 1, k1, psso] twice.
  • Row 2: Yo (to make 1 st), *p1, [k1, p1] into next st (made st of previous row); rep from * twice more, p2, yo, p2tog, k1 tbl. (15 sts.)
  • Row 3: Sl 1, k2, yo, p2tog, k10.
  • Row 4: Sl 1, p11, yo, p2tog, k1 tbl.
  • Row 5: Sl 1, k2, yo, p2tog, k10.
  • Row 6: Bind off 4 sts purlwise (1 st remains on right-hand needle), p7, yo, p2tog, k1 tbl. (11 sts.)

Repeat rows 1-6 until you have reached your desired length.

Stitch Pattern Swatch Photos

Example of the Scalloped Eyelet Edging (Reversible)
Example of the Scalloped Eyelet Edging. Reversible (Click for larger image)

Stitch Pattern Characteristics


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4 thoughts on “The Scalloped Eyelet Edging :: Knitting Stitch #223

  1. Sandra Zegretti says:

    While doing this fancy edging… what kind of knitting needle are you using? It appears to be the color red in a square cubix type needle. I would like to know the brand? Also nice work on the stitches. I enjoy getting your regular emails! Thanks in advance for answering my question. SasZKnitter

    • Johnny Vasquez says:

      They are Kollage square dpn’s made special for Jimmy Beans Wool for their Stitch Red campaign. Much nicer than cubix.

  2. Cheryl says:

    While I always enjoy watching the videos, today I really was glad I watched. I had been trying to bind off purlwise with the yarn in front and was finding it very difficult. When you put the yarn it back it was like the light bulb went off and I thought ‘of course’. Thanks for all the work you do. It really is a help to all of us who live several miles from a yarn shop where we could get help. Also, the video never gets tired or impatient when I have to watch again, and again, and again. Thanks. I also enjoyed the “cast on 102” class today.

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