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The Solomon’s Knot Stitch crochet pattern is another one of those crochet stitches that everyone should give a try!

The Solomon’s Knot stitch is sometimes referred to as the Lover’s Knot and it is a beautiful and lacy stitch design that is created by working “knots” into elongated chain loop stitches.

I tried this stitch several years ago in a project but quickly put it down. The stitch initially took a lot of patience and practice. The most challenging part of the stitch is getting all of your loops to be roughly the same size, and to find a size of loop that you are comfortable working in.

If you are working this stitch in a particular pattern, the pattern may tell you how long you will have to draw up your loop. If not working a particular pattern, I am most comfortable pulling the loop up about a 1/2 inch. Do not worry! I will explain all in the video tutorial below.

A swatch of the Solomon's knot crochet stitch worked in a blue yarn.


For this tutorial today I will be using a small amount of cotton yarn. This yarn is a worsted weight yarn called Pima Cotton by Lion Brand Yarn. I will also be using a 5 mm crochet hook. The hook you will see me using in the video tutorial below is a Clover Soft Touch Hook also available on Lion Brand through the link above.

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Solomon’s Knot Crochet Stitch:

Stitches and Abbreviations:

Ch – Chain Stitch

Dc – Double Crochet

Hdc – Half Double Crochet

Knot St – Knot Stitch (Pull up your chain st to the height of about 1/2 inch. Holding back your working yarn, yarn over and draw through a loop. Insert your hook through the centre of the loop below, yarn over and draw up a loop. Yarn over and draw through the two loops on your hook. Knot Stitch made.)

Rpt – Repeat

Sc – Single Crochet

Sk – Skip

Sl St – Slip Stitch

Yo – Yarn Over

Pattern Notes:

This stitch is worked in rows in this tutorial. You may work it in one colour or many. I will be working the stitch in a solid colour.

To begin, make a slip knot and then a foundation chain. For your foundation chain you will need a multiple of four stitches plus two stitches (4+2).

Row One

Sc in the 2nd ch from your hook and in each ch across. Ch 1, turn.

Row Two:

Sc in the 1st st, *work 2 knot-sts (See “Stitches and Abbreviations”), sk the next 3 sts, sc in the next st; Rpt from * across. Ch 4 (Counts as a tr st), turn.

Row Three:

Work 1 knot-st, sc in the top of the next knot-st, *work 2 knot-sts, sk the next knot-st, sc in the top of the next knot st; Rpt from * across until one knot-st remains, work 1 knot-st, tr in the final sc. Ch 1, turn.

And that’s it!

For the rest of the pattern simply repeat rows 2 (Skipping the next knot st, sc and working the next knot in the top of the next) and 3 for as long as you would like. Fasten off, weave in your ends.

Add a Final Edge:

Row One:

Sc in the 1st st, *ch 3, sk the next s-knot, sc in the top of the next s-knot; Rpt from * across, ending with an sc in the top of the final turning ch. Ch 1, turn.

Row Two:

Sc in the 1st st, *3 sc in the next ch-3 sp, sc in the next st; Rpt from * across. Fasten off, weave in your ends.

Video Tutorial:

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  1. Cynthia Robinson says:

    Love this stitch… it took a while to get it right, but have a SCARF nearly done. It is one you need to pay attention to because you can easily forget where you are in the stitch pattern.