Hi everyone! Here with the next episode of my new series, Stitch Dictionary – the place where you can find tons of new, unique stitches to try!
For each of these stitch swatches, I’ll be working up an 11 x 11″ swatch in Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick in varying colors, eventually joining my swatches together to form a Stitch Dictionary Throw blanket!
Follow along and make your swatches with me.
Today’s episode is the Griddle Stitch, a versatile stitch best used with several different colors. It works up fast and is easy to learn.
My favorite thing about the griddle stitch is its loads of subtle texture – not too much but definitely noticeable
Watch the video to see how I make it, or just follow the written instructions below!
Ch an even number of sts
Row 1: Dc in 3rd st from hook, Sc in next, repeat across, Ch 2, turn
Row 2: Dc in 1st, Sc in next, repeat across, Ch 2, turn
Repeat Row 2 until desired length.
*Note: Your rows should always end with a Sc and you should see alternating Sc on top of Dc and vice versa with every row. See video above for more details.
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