Trinity Stitch | Raspberry Stitch
This pattern utilizes the Trinity Stitch or Raspberry Stitch. You can find references and videos explaining this stitch in detail online.
Different Color Rows
If you want to try using varying colors of yarn for these instructions, you need to always knit two rows together, starting with an even row. For the example in the cover photo, I started using a different yarn in rows 18 & 19 and then 22 & 23 ... swapping back to the original yarn in rows 20 & 21 and then 24 & 25.
kfb-knit into the front and back of a stitch
k2tog-knit 2 stiches together
pfb-purl into the front and back of a stitch
p2tog-purl two together
skp-slip one, knit one, pass slip stitch over
s2kp-slip two tog, knit one, pass two slip stitches over
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16 stitches and 22 rows = 4 inches in Stockinette
100 yards of Worsted weight
Born and raised in the greater Delaware valley around Philadelphia and New York City, I have lived in Germany and Europe for almost 20 years. I travel with work as an interpreter, consultant and ...
Born and raised in the greater Delaware valley around Philadelphia and New York City, I have lived in Germany and Europe for almost 20 years. I travel with work as an interpreter, consultant and agent, and never leave home without something on my needles to keep me occupied on my trip. I hope you enjoy my patterns as much as I have enjoyed writing them down to share with you.