May 15th, 2013

Fancy Stitch Combos – Daisy Stitch

Instructions for working the Daisy Stitch:
Setup Row: K1, P to last stitch, K1
Row 1 (RS): K1, *K3tog without pulling finished stitch off left needle, YO, K3tog the same stitches again, P1* repeat between *s until 4 stitches remain, K3tog without pulling finished stitch off left needle, YO, K3tog the same stitches again, K1.
Rows 2 & 4: K1, P to last stitch, K1
Row 3: K1, P1, K1, *K3tog without pulling finished stitch off left needle, YO, K3tog the same stitches again, P1* repeat between *s until 6 stitches remain, K3tog without pulling finished stitch off left needle, YO, K3tog the same stitches again, K1, P1, K1
Bind-Off purl-wise on wrong side row.
To work this stitch in-the-round, knit all stitches on all even numbered rows.

This week is the second video in a new series called Fancy Stitch Combos. In this series I hope to demonstrate stitches that have been requested, and hopefully introduce you to some new ones that I think are pretty and useful. Feel free to drop me a note if you’d like to submit an idea for a video in this series.

Information on things you’ll see in this video:

The sweater I’m wearing is my Ombre Dyed Sweater, pattern + video tutorial.

The scarf on the mannequin is One Row Handspun Scarf, knit with Cascade 220.

The bulky yarn I used in the sample is Berroco Peruvia Quick.

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

The wood needles I use for demonstration are by Clover, size 10.5 (6.5mm).

2 Comments »

  1. Love this new series. Will you be doing a video on how to change a pattern to use when working in the round/circular??

    Comment by Carol — May 15, 2013 @ 3:26 pm

  2. Hi Carol – thank you for the note. I give instructions on how to work this stitch in the round (last line of instructions). The technique is exactly the same – you just replace the (mostly) purled even-numbered rows with knit rows. Since the technique is the same, I doubt I’ll be doing another video on this stitch.

    S t a c i

    Comment by s t a c i — May 15, 2013 @ 4:46 pm

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