Saturday, June 17, 2017

Stitchy Saturday Knitted Lace Flowers Stitch

Hello Friends,

I hope you are doing well. This week I chose to knit the Knitted Lace Flowers stitch. I love the look of this stitch, it is so pretty and perfect for a light scarf for the Spring and Summer. I love how it turned out so beautifully and it was not too difficult. 

Every week I learn a new knitting stitch and share it with you in a post on the blog on Saturdays called "Stitchy Saturday". I aim to learn many knitting stitch patterns, and use them someday in projects and learn different knitting skills along the way. I have really enjoyed this so far and hope you are enjoying it to! 


Knitted Lace Flowers Stitch 



Pattern: 


Lace Flowers (knit)
Multiple of 12 = 2
K= knit
k2tog=knit 2 stitches together
s1 k1 psso= slide 1 stitch, knit the next and pass the slid stitch over the last one.
yo=yarn over
Repeat from * to *
Row 1.- K1, *k1, yo, (sl1,k1,psso), k7, k2tog, yo* k1.
Rows 2,4,6,8,10 and yo 12.- Purl
Row 3.- K1, *k2, yo, (sl1,k1,psso), k5, k2tog, yo, k1* k1.
Row 5.- K1,*k1, yo, (sl1,k1,psso), k7, k2tog, yo,* k1.
Row 7.- K1,*k4, k2tog, yo, k1, yo, (sl1,k1,psso), k3* k1
Row 9.- K1,*k3, k2tog, yo, k3, yo, (sl1,k1,psso), k2* k1
Row 11.-K1,*k4, k2tog, yo, k1, yo, (sl1,k1,psso), k3* k1
Repeat these 12 rows for pattern. 

Pattern used from JoannesWeb on Youtube. 


What I thought: 
I love the outcome of this stitch, the beautiful flowers that emerge and they look even lovelier behind a light or the window. I think this would be perfect for a scarf for Spring and Summer or even winter to brghten dreary days. This is one of my favorite stitches so far because I love the lace stitches and this also has beautiful flowers worked into the pattern.

Knitter level: 
Intermediate: this pattern was not too challenging but there are many yarn overs and knit togethers. If you have those under control, then this pattern shouldn't be too difficult.

Thank you so much for visiting my blog, it is always nice to read your comments and get your feedback. Have you knitting this stitch pattern before? if so, what did you knit with the pattern? 
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Have a great day!

4 comments:

  1. That would make a beautiful pattern for a baby's blanket.

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  2. Lovely !!!!!
    Thanks for sharing !!!
    Have a nice day !!!
    Anna

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  3. So pretty! Thank you for sharing. Enjoy your weekend. :)

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