There’s nothing quite like a garden trellis full of blooming flowers in springtime. With bobble flowers and textured diamond stitches, you can recreate the texture and style of that with the Flower Trellis Stitch! This unique and beautiful crochet color work stitch uses a combination of texture and 3D effects, to make a stitch that is one of a kind. It’s perfect for crochet wraps or even garments! In this blog post I’ll teach you all about how to make it for yourself, so let’s get started!
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When I was first learning how to do crochet color work, I often felt so lost having to learn how to do color changes and reading crochet graphs. It can seem so intimidating to learn a new crochet skill! If you’re new to tapestry crochet or color work, then I’ve got just the resource for you.
Here on my blog, I’ve got two free crochet tutorials for how to do tapestry crochet and intarsia crochet, which are the two most common crochet color work techniques. They’ll walk you through what each technique is, how to read crochet graphs, how to change colors in crochet, and a bunch of other tips I have for color work! You can find them here on my blog at:
– The Beginner’s Guide to Tapestry Crochet: (This technique is used when you would like to carry your yarn, and the color work is close together.)
– The Beginner’s Guide to Intarsia Crochet:This technique is used when you don’t want to carry your yarn, and instead would like to use yarn bobbins. I used this technique for the Flower Trellis Stitch)
This crochet stitch pattern is a part of the Stitch Exploration Event with Joy of Motion, Knitting With Chopsticks, and I! Throughout the month of June, we have put together 30 crochet stitches, with one releasing each day. They are all designed to help you grow your crochet skills, and range from lace stitches, to simple, to color work ones! You can find the post with all of the stitches at: Stitch Exploration Crochet Stitch Event.
As a part of the Stitch Exploration event, we’ve put together a bundle of all 30 stitches as printable pdfs! This way you’ll be able to have all of them before they even release, and can reference them anytime! Plus, with all 30 stitches, you can make a blanket! Within the pdfs, you’ll find photo tutorials, charts, and lots of written instructions walking you through each stitch. There are so many awesome stitches within the bundle that you will be able to use for lots of crochet designs and projects!
Click here to get your copy of the bundle for just $9! That’s a savings of over 90%!
Starting with MC, ch 22
Row 1: Starting in second ch from hook, sc 21
Row 2-3: Ch 1, turn, sc across
Row 6-7: ch 1, sc across
Row 9: For this row, you can repeat row 5, or to do it like my flower placement on the swatch pictured at the beginning, place the stitches that make up the leaves and the flower above the middle FPTC2Tog. The placement of the flowers is totally up to you once you know how to do it!
Rows 10-11: ch 1, sc across.
The rest of the stitch pattern is a repetition of rows 4-11 till you reach the desired length! Do it twice to get it 6″ long.
I hope that you love getting to use this crochet flower trellis stitch pattern! If you create anything with this stitch pattern, be sure to tag me on social media, @eclairemakery and use #eclairemakery so that I can share your projects. I can’t wait to see what you make!
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