Hi everyone! 👋🏼 Welcome to Stitch Explorers! Well, Fall is in the air! almost, lol) I had to break out the glittery leaves and pine cones from Michaels to gussy up the photos . This is a fun and simple stitch to learn for beginners too, I hope you enjoy it.
This Peacock Stitch is a beautiful fan stitch comprised of two stitches and a two row repeat! 🙌🏼
This would be beautiful for an openwork scarf or sweater. It works up fast too, despite all the treble (no pun intended) 😬😂. I’m somewhat of a
For the tutorial I used Scheepjes Stone-Washed DK in color 815.
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|ch (s)||chain (s)|
|sl st||slip stitch|
|* … *||repeat from * to * as many times indicated|
+ Stitch Guide:
sc – single crochet
insert hook in indicated st/ch/ch sp, yo, pull up a loop, yo, pull through 2 loops.
tr- treble crochet
Patternis worked in rows
- Multiples of 10 + 1 – add 1 for the foundation chain.
- In the
videoI mentioned a snag. I realized that I didntchain that etra1 for the foundation chain and it left me short by 1.
For this tutorial I used I Scheepjes Stone Washed (DK) in color 815 (green agate).
To begin, chain any multiple of 10 + 1, add 1 for foundation
Row 1: Sc 1 in 2nd ch from hook, *sk 4 ch’s, tr 9 in next ch, skip 4 ch’s, sc 1 in next ch* rep from *…* to end.
Row 2: Ch 4, turn, tr 1 in first sc, *ch 3, sk 4 tr, sc 1 in next tr (center of 9 tr), ch 3, sk 4 tr, tr 2 in next sc* – rep *…* across, tr 2 in last sc.
Row 3: Ch 1, turn, sc 1 in sp between first & second tr, *
Repeat 2 & 3 to desired height.
Congratulations! You’re finished!
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What can I make with the Peacock Stitch?
This is a great stitch because it’s only two stitches, and works up in height very fast. I’d recommend using this for a light blanket, a pillow covering or even a nice textured scarf, cowl, or cardigan.
I hope you enjoy this tutorial, and if you have any questions or comments, please leave them below, I would love to talk crochet!
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Peacock Stitch Complete Video Tutorial:
If you have trouble playing the video, please click this link: https://youtu.be/Z4whOk_IfJE