How To: Crochet The Flower Lattice Stitch - with LoveCrochet


Brisk, cool weather has it's perks, such as all the beautiful coats you get to flaunt on your trips to town, or the cosy blankets you get to snuggle underneath as you read your favourite book. But, by the time you reach the end of Winter you're ready to start shedding your heavy layers and start enjoying strolls through the park and sunny trips to the beach.

To help get you even more excited about Spring, the creative crocheters over at LoveCrochet and I decided to team up on a fun stitch tutorial... What better stitch to learn at the start of Spring than a feminine, lightweight, and lacy Flower Lattice Stitch?


Whenever I think of Spring, I think of dozens of soft pastels in different hues of baby blue, lavender and pink. The day these three pretty skeins of MillaMia cotton yarn arrived at my doorstep I knew that they would be perfect for crocheting some delicate little flowers! 

If you're a devoted crocheter and always look forward to soaking up some extra crochet knowledgebe sure to hop on over to the LoveCrochet blog for a helpful step-by-step photo tutorial, and written pattern.
The tutorial will guide you through all the necessary steps to learn the "Flower Lattice Stitch", as you continue on your ever-growing crochet journey!



Materials
Sport Weight Yarn - MillaMia Naturally Soft Cotton (Bluebell, English Rose, Rustic Rose)

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]


Are there any other crochet stitches or techniques you'd love to learn?
I'm always open to new ideas and inspiration when it comes to 
sharing crochet with the world!


5 comments:

  1. Olivia, so beautiful. I love this patern.

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  2. I struggle with written patterns and also with graphs. is there any chance of a video tutorial at some point please?

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  3. Oooh, this would be perfect for a loose fitting tunic to wear over a turtle neck. I'm going to definitely try it.

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  4. Absolutely LOVE this pattern! Do you have suggestions for what to make using it or a pattern? The tunic is a great idea, too.

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  5. It is a beautiful pattern. I love it and the colors

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