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Published on February 12th, 2017 | by Olivia Kent

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The Flower Lattice Stitch by Olivia Kent

The Flower Lattice Stitch

Materials

Stitches & Abbreviations in US Terms (Uk Terms in [ ] )

  • st(s) – stitch(es)
  • ch – chain stitch
  • sl st – slip stitch
  • dc – double crochet [treble crochet]
  • tr – treble/triple crochet [double treble crochet]

Colour Pattern/Combination

  • Row 1 – 2- Bluebell
  • Row 3 – 4- Rustic Rose
  • Row 3 – 4- English Rose
  • Continue changing colours every 2 rows.

Pattern

Row 1– Ch7, sl st in 4th ch from your hook (creates “ch4 ring”),

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(ch2, 2 dc, ch2, sl st, ch2, 2 dc) in “ch4 ring”. *Ch11, sl st in 4th ch from your hook (creates “ch4 ring”), (ch2, 2 dc, ch2, sl st, ch2, 2 dc) in “ch4 ring”.

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Repeat from the * until you reach your desired width. Ch2, sl st in last “ch4 ring” you made”. Turn your work.

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Row 2- (Ch2, 2 dc, ch2, sl st, ch2, 2 dc) in 1st “ch4 ring” from previous row.

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*Sl st in 3rd ch from the “ch4 ring”, ch7, sl st in 2 loops of the 1st dc of the next flower (see picture),

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(ch2, sl st, ch2, 2 dc, ch2, sl st, ch2, 2 dc) in next “ch4 ring” from previous row.

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Repeat from the * all across. Sl st in 3rd ch from the “ch4 ring”. Turn your work.

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Row 3- Change yarn colour. Attach yarn to the 1st ch of the top petal of the 1st flower from previous row, *Ch10, sl st in 4th ch from your hook (creates “ch4 ring”), (ch2, 2 dc) in “ch4 ring”,

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sl st in 4th ch of the “ch7” loop, (ch2, sl st, ch 2, 2 dc) in same “ch4 ring”. Ch3, sl st in the 1st ch of the top petal of the next flower.

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Repeat from the * all across. Turn your work.

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Row 4- *Ch7, sl st in 2 loops of the 1st dc of the next flower, (ch2, sl st, ch2, 2 dc, ch2, sl st, ch2, 2 dc) in next “ch4 ring” from previous row.

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Sl st in 3rd ch from the “ch4 ring”. Repeat from the * all across. Ch3, 1 tr in 1st ch of the top petal (the 1st ch Row 3 started from). Turn your work.

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Row 5- Change yarn colour. Attach yarn to the 1st st (tr from previous row),  Ch7, sl st in 4th ch from your hook (creates “ch4 ring”), (ch2, 2 dc) in “ch4 ring”,

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ch3, sl st in the 1st ch of the top petal of the next flower. *Ch10, sl st in 4th ch from your hook (creates “ch4 ring”), (ch2, 2 dc) in “ch4 ring”, sl st in 4th ch of the “ch7” loop, (ch2, sl st, ch 2, 2 dc) in same “ch4 ring”. Ch3, sl st in the 1st ch of the top petal of the next flower. Repeat from the * all across.

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Ch10, sl st in 4th ch from your hook (creates “ch4 ring”), (ch2, 2 dc) in “ch4 ring”, sl st in 4th ch of the “ch7” loop, (ch2, sl st, ch 2, 2 dc, ch2, sl st) in same “ch4 ring”. Turn your work.

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Row 6- (Ch2, 2 dc, ch2, sl st, ch2, 2 dc) in 1st “ch4 ring” from previous row. *Sl st in 3rd ch from the “ch4 ring”,

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ch7, sl st in 2 loops of the 1st dc of the next flower, (ch2, sl st, ch2, 2 dc, ch2, sl st, ch2, 2 dc) in next “ch4 ring” from previous row. Repeat from the * all across.

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Sl st in 3rd ch from the “ch4 ring”, ch7, sl st in 2 loops of the 1st dc of the next flower, (ch2, sl st, ch2, 2 dc, ch2, sl st, ch2, 2 dc, ch2, sl st, ch2, 2 dc) in next “ch4 ring” from previous row. Sl st in 1st ch from previous row. Turn your work.

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Repeat:

Row 3 – 6 until you reach your desired length. (Before moving onto “Row 7” (the finishing row), crochet Row 5, and skip Row 6)

Row 7- (Ch2, 2 dc, ch2, sl st, ch2, 2 dc) in 1st “ch4 ring” from previous row. *Sl st in 3rd ch from the “ch4 ring”, ch5, sl st in 2 loops of the 1st dc of the next flower, (ch2, sl st, ch2, 2 dc, ch2, sl st, ch2, 2 dc) in next “ch4 ring” from previous row.

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Repeat from the * all across. Sl st in 3rd ch from the “ch4 ring”, ch5, sl st in 2 loops of the 1st dc of the next flower, (ch2, sl st, ch2, 2 dc, ch2, sl st, ch2, 2 dc, ch2, sl st, ch2, 2 dc) in next “ch4 ring” from previous row. Sl st in 1st ch from previous row.

Fasten off, weave in loose ends.

The Flower Lattice Stitch


About the Author

Hello friends, my name is Olivia! Over the last few years of my blogging journey, I’ve love exploring through the wonderful world of crochet, and using those techniques I’ve learned to create adorable baby accessories, chic cowls and fashionable flapper hats! In addition to crocheting, I’m also very passionate about teaching others a love for learning and creating. I hope to inspire people to keep on creating, and to fill the world with new creativity, ideas and beauty...




9 Responses to The Flower Lattice Stitch by Olivia Kent

  1. Yvonne T says:

    How would you get from the end of row 2 to the start of row 3 if you weren’t changing yarn colour? This pattern would be perfect for someone, but all in white.

  2. Chris says:

    Gorgeous! I could see this used as a head band for a baby or a ladiesvscarf for summer.
    Thanks Olivia

  3. Lisa Russell says:

    Beautiful pattern

  4. Glory Lennon says:

    I want to use this pattern for a tunic. Love it.

  5. Danielle B says:

    I love this pattern! Is there a video anywhere of how this is done? I can normally follow written patterns just fine, but I am getting myself confused on row 3, after joining the first petal to the chain 7 loop. I can’t seem to join the chain 2 & 2 doubles to the correct place in the chain 4 loop. They are getting twisted around so when I turn my work to do row 4′ some of the chain spaces are in front of the petals. Thank you for sharing your beautiful work 💕

  6. Terri Drake says:

    What a beautiful stitch! I can see this being done as a prayer shawl. Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful patterns, your time and your creativity with all of us. Hope you have a fantastic week!

  7. Jan Burke says:

    Any suggestions on how to make this into a triangular scarf, please?

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