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This is a free tutorial to crochet the Trinity stitch. The tutorial has both step-by-step photos and a video tutorial.
Illusion! The Trinity stitch is very similar, but not the same as the star stitch. But it can also get a bit confusing in terms of counting stitches, so don’t let the stitch trick you. It’s not Halloween yet. Besides, we only serve treats here. LOL
The trinity stitch is used for so many different varieties of patterns. It’s an ideal advanced beginner crochet stitch that allows you to test out increasing in the previous, and next stitches without increasing the number of stitches per row or rounds. I actually believe the stitch is more powerful and looks simply incredible in rounds!
And the best part is, it only uses one basic crochet stitch: single crochet (sc). So, are you ready to learn this fun stitch?
Table of contents
How to crochet the Trinity Stitch
– Video Tutorial
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How to create the Trinity Crochet Stitch
– Photo Tutorial
The silt stitch is made with a multiple of 2+2.
In order to see the way the trinity stitch is made, I used a different color, hook, and yarn for the pictures below. Also, I have a full video tutorial above on the trinity stitch. Be sure to watch it if you have never made it before.
Starting from the 2nd ch from the hook place 1 sc, 1 sc3tog, *ch 1, sc3tog, repeat from *, 1 sc in the last st, turn
The sc3tog is made in a special way though: insert the hook into the same stitch as the previous stitch, and also in the next 2 stitches, then yarn over and pull through all 4 loops.
Repeat Trinity Stitch Pattern
In order to see the full effect of this beautiful stitch, keep crocheting row 1: 1 sc, 1 sc3tog, *ch 1, sc3tog, repeat from *, 1 sc in the last st, turn
What Projects can I use the Trinity stitch for?
This trinity crochet stitch would be an ideal stitch for a blanket, hats, scarves, and even cardigans, or any other crochet project you might want to make.
However, if you fancy a quick project just to try and practice the trinity crochet stitch and make a quick dishcloth or washcloth or even a potholder.
In fact, I used this beautiful trinity stitch to make this gorgeous crochet project bag pattern. It’s a quick and fun crochet project. Hope you give it a try.
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