The trinity stitch is another textured and reversible stitch. Very beautiful and easy to crochet, perfect if you are a beginner. So if you only know how to crochet the single crochet stitch and you’re looking for a simple crochet pattern that looks sophisticated the Trinity stitch is perfect for your project.
I just love the texture of this stitch, it’s so rich and elegant and I think that works very well for cardigans, sweaters, baby blankets, fall jackets, cushion covers, and scarves. This is my Trinity scarf I’ve crocheted using this stitch.
The crochet Trinity stitch looks good with any yarn you decide to use and if you want to make it more interesting you can repeat rows in three different colors.
For this project, I’ve used Merino Gold yarn (100g =400m/ 3.53 oz=437 yards) and a 5 mm hook.
A gorgeous yarn with 60% merino wool and 40% acrylic, a very high-quality yarn, soft and durable, nice and soft and pleasant against your skin. The wool is made from a lovely, warm type of fiber. The wool is a very breathable material that allows your body to get rid of excess heat. Acrylic is an amazing yarn fiber that’s often overlooked. Among its greatest advantages are durability, a beautiful depth of color, and a very good price. The only downside is actually that acrylic is less breathable than natural fibers. But this problem has been solved in Merino Gold, where the wool compensates for the missing breathability in the acrylic.
You can buy this great yarn here: http://bit.ly/31UmsVc
This is an easy crochet pattern for beginners, is easy to follow and it has a chart for the stitch, a video tutorial, and written instruction too. If you are able to learn the symbols, so you can read charts too, it will change your life! Knowing to read charts it’s a game-changer for crocheting and knitting too. Is so much easier to crochet following a chart than to read the written pattern. So if you can make an effort to learn the symbols, just do it, you won’t regret it.
3 sc tog= 3 single crochet together;
hdc= half double crochet;
The pattern uses US crochet terminology.
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Pattern Instructions for the Trinity stitch:
Start with an even number of chains.
The video tutorial for the crochet Trinity stitch:
The written pattern:
In the 2nd chain from the hook crochet a half double crochet, *3 single crochet together (first single crochet in the same chain as the previous stitch, the 2nd single crochet in next chain, and the 3rd single crochet in next chain), chain 1*, repeat *-* until the end of the row. After you make the last 3 single crochet together don’t crochet a chain instead crochet a half double crochet in the same chain as the 3rd single crochet of the last 3 single crochet together.
Chain 1, half double crochet in the first stitch, *3 single crochet together ( first single crochet in the same stitch as the previous single crochet, the 2nd single crochet in next stitch, and the 3rd single crochet in next stitch), chain 1*, repeat *-* until the end of the row. After you make the last 3 single crochet together don’t crochet a chain instead crochet half-double crochet in the same stitch as the 3rd single crochet of the last 3 single crochet together.
Repeat row 2 to complete the pattern.
Here are other textured and beautiful stitches that I think you should try:
5. Moss stitch.
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