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This Clover crochet stitch creates such a pretty lace! It would be a beautiful addition to your crochet shawl or wrap!
With Spring in the air, I can’t help but think of the coming spring and summer flowers. Gardening is a favourite hobby of mine and I love my flowers.
This Clover Crochet Stitch is created by working groups of triple/treble stitches topped with a delicate picot. The alternate rows are worked using triple/treble v-stitches and the end result is a very open, but quick to work, lace that resembles flower blossoms. It would be interest to see what it looked like worked in two colours instead of the one!
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For this tutorial today I will be using a small amount of Pima Cotton Yarn by Lion Brand Yarn in one colour. It is a worsted weight, 100% cotton yarn. The hook shown in the video below is a 5 mm birchwood crochet hook by Rowan Yarns. However you may use any hook and yarn combination you choose, even experiment with stripes of colour!
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Boxed Cluster Crochet Stitch:
Stitches and Abbreviations:
Dc – Double Crochet
Ch – Chain
Picot – Chain 3, slip stitch back into the first stitch OR the top of the stitch below.
Rpt – Repeat
Sc– Single Crochet
Tr – Triple/Treble Crochet Stitch
Yo – yarn over
To begin you will make a foundation chain. For this pattern, you will need a multiple of five stitches for your foundation chain.
- Pattern is written in American English terms
- Weave in ends as needed
- This stitch is worked in rows in this tutorial.
Work 2 tr in the 5th ch from your hook, *sk 4, [3 tr, picot, 2 tr] in the next st; Rpt from * across, ending with 3 tr in the final st. Ch 5, turn.
Sk the 1st 3 sts, *[tr, ch 2, tr] in the next sp between the next 2 sts, ch 2, sk the next 5 sts; Rpt from * across ending with a ch 1, tr in the top of the starting ch-4. Ch 4, turn.
Sk the 1st ch-1 sp, *[3 tr, picot, 2 tr] in the next ch-2 sp, sk the next ch-2 sp; Rpt from * across ending with a tr in the 4th ch of the starting ch-5. Ch 5, turn.
Tr in the 1st st, ch 2, * sk the next 5 sts, [tr, ch 2, tr] in the next sp between the next 2 sts, ch 2; Rpt from * across the final starting ch-4, [tr, ch 1, tr] in the starting ch-4. Ch 4, turn.
2 tr in the 1st ch-1 sp, * sk the next ch-2 sp, [3 tr, picot, 2 tr] in the next ch-2 sp; Rpt from * across to the final starting ch 5, 3 tr in the starting ch-5 sp. Ch 5, turn.
And that’s it!
Rpt rows 2-5 for pattern. Fasten off, weave in your ends.
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