Day 30: How to Knit the Staggered Eyelets Stitch {31 Days of Knitting Series}

1 more day. I’m relieved, but kind of sad. I actually enjoy working on stitches for you guys. Todays stitch is the Staggered Eyelets Stitch. It’s simple, but creates a fun fabric.
How to Knit the Staggered Eyelets Stitch for the Loom | Vintage Storehouse & Co.

HOW TO KNIT THE STAGGERED EYELETS STITCH {FOR THE LOOM}

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MATERIALS USED IN THIS VIDEO:

Knitting Loom: Regular Gauge Kiss Loom {with no spacers in between the pins & the pegs} – We are working with just one side of the regular gauge modular loom.

Knitting Tools: We are using the knitting tool that comes with the kiss looms, but the tool that comes with your loom usually works best!

Ball of Yarn: We are using Manos Maxima 100% Merino Wool in the color “Night Bloom”

WRITTEN INSTRUCTIONS & CHART:

  • Cast On: In Multiples of 4 + 3
  • Row 1: Knit
  • Row 2: Knit
  • Row 3: *K2, K2Tog, YO; Repeat from * to last 3 stitches, K3
  • Row 4: Knit
  • Row 5: Knit
  • Row 6: Knit
  • Row 7: *K2Tog, YO, K2; Repeat from * to last 3 stitches, K2Tog, YO, K1
  • Row 8: Knit

Repeat Rows 1-8 until you’ve reached your desired length.

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  • michaelmybeloved

    oh WOW! This IS fun!

  • Nancy

    How do you get multpiles of 4 +3

    • Kelsey Elaine

      So multiples of 4 + 3 means you can cast on in any multiple of 4 (4, 8, 12, 16, 20, etc.) plus 3. So for this example you would first decide on a multiple of 4, such as 16, then add 3 to that number to get 19. You would then cast on 19 stitches. I hope that makes sense!