February 13th, 2013

Crochet for Knitters – Scalloped Edge

One of my favorite ways to work crochet into your knitting is with crocheted edgings. Here I show you how to work a simple scalloped edge.

Crochet instructions for the scalloped edge:
Single crochet into 1 stitch, *skip 2 stitches, 5 double crochets into next stitch, skip next 2 stitches, single crochet into next stitch, repeat from *. End by working a slip stitch into first single crochet. Note — at the corners of a square, work your count so that you work the double crochet stitches in the corner. I found that working 8 single crochets (instead of 5) made a nice corner.

Knitting instructions for the long moss stitch:
CO an even number of stitches.
Row 1 (WS): *K1, P1*, repeat to end of row
Row 2: *P1, K1*, repeat to end of row
Row 3: *P1, K1*, repeat to end of row
Row 4: *K1, P1*, repeat to end of row
Row 5: *K1, P1*, repeat to end of row
Repeat Rows 2-4 to desired length. BO in pattern on RS of work.

Info on things you’ll see in this video:

The yarn I used in the blue sample is Berroco Vintage.

The yarn I used in the bulky sample where I’m demonstrating the stitch is Berroco Peruvia Quick.

The scarf I’m wearing is the Clapotis.
Knit with Noro Silk Garden in colorway #87.

The scarf on the mannequin is Cozy.
Knit in Lana Grossa Cool Wool Merino.

The red nail polish I’m wearing is OPI, in color Chick Flick Cherry. The polish on my sparkly accent nail is OPI, in color The Living Daylights.

2 Comments »

  1. I have just discovered your wonderful site and have already learned so many great knitting techniques. Your videos and instruction are the absolute best out there. Kudos to you! Now I am inspired to learn crochet and I think I can do it with your instructions. Thank you so much for excellent work.

    Comment by Barbara — February 16, 2013 @ 9:13 am

  2. My mother used to make bedspreads with tiny needles and tiny thread in intricatly designed filet crochet. I’m a knitter and living proof that the crochet gene is not inherited. But, Staci, if anyone can teach me to do more than single and double crochet, my money’s on you. Got this one, on to the next tutorial. THANKS

    Comment by Susan — February 26, 2013 @ 12:37 pm

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