Join me on YouTube for this week’s Lunchtime Live episode! Our featured stitch of the week is the knit trinity stitch.
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What is Lunchtime Live?
Lunchtime Live is a weekly series of live videos on my YouTube channel. It’s a chance for us to chat about what’s new at Stitches n Scraps. Think of it as a video newsletter, where you can participate too! I start each episode with a look at the latest posts on the blog. Then I move on to any announcements and sneak peeks at what’s coming up in the following week. Finally, I end the episode with a demo or short tutorial.
For 2022, the demo portion will be a featured stitch of the week. I’ll show you a different stitch pattern each week, alternating between knit and crochet stitches.
Watch Live, or Watch Later!
Tune in here to watch live at 11:30 am, US Central Time on June 9th, 2022. Join in the conversation with the live chat! You’ll be able to ask questions and leave comments, which I can respond to in the video.
If you can’t make it during the live broadcast, that’s ok – you can watch the full episode after it’s over.
Stitch of the Week: Knit Trinity Stitch
This week’s stitch of the week is the knit trinity stitch. Try out this lovely, lacey stitch in the Trinit Stitch Washcloth!
The name comes from the increases and decreases used in the pattern. A decrease worked over 3 stitches is paired with an increase of 3 stitches in one. Don’t be fooled though, this pattern is worked over a multiple of 4 stitches, not 3!
Here’s what the stitch pattern looks like, not including any edge stitches.
Row 1: K across.
Row 2: [P3tog, (k, p, k) in next st] across.
Row 3: K across.
Row 4: [(K, p, k) in next st, p3tog] across.
We’ll look at the overall structure, as well as the decrease and increase stitches, in more detail in the demo.