Friday, January 25, 2013

Scallop Stitch

Sample knit with Caron Simply Soft on US Size 6 Needles

Just a note - the stitch count varies on this.  Stitches should only be counted after the 5th and 6th rows

Multiple of 13 + 2

Row 1: (RS) K1 *Sl 1, K1, PSSO, K9, K2tog* repeat from * to last stitch, K1
Row 2: Purl
Row 3: K1 *Sl 1, K1, PSSO, K7, K2tog* repeat from * to last stitch, K1
Row 4: Purl
Row 5: K1 *Sl 1, K1, PSSO, YO, [K1, YO] 5 times, K2tog* repeat from * to last stitch, K1
Row 6: Knit

Repeat these six rows for the pattern



4 comments:

atika laachiri said...

very interesting !!
thank you very much

neha mangal said...

I loved this pattern and would like to use it for a mermaid cocoon that i'm making but was wondering if you can help. I would like to know if I can alternate scallop giving it a fish scales look.
thank you in advance :)

no said...

hi. I found your site while googling the scallop stitch and your video is awesome. I was wondering if you could help me with a variation. I could do your version easily, but I would be interested in a wider version. I am trying to replicate some work of my grandmothers. She used this stitch but with twice as many verticals in the curvature of the scallop. Sorry, I hope you understand my meaning. I have a picture but can't attach in comments. Would be happy to share picture if you would be willing to share your email address. Mine is stormchasingdog@yahoo.com. I would so appreciate your help. Yours is the only tutorial on the web that I could find thus your help with the variation would be invaluable to me. My grandmother gave me a newborn blanket using this stitch in vertical alternating colored stripes and 24 years ago for my son when he was born. Now that I am preparing for grandchildren of my own, I would like to carry on the tradition. It became my sons favorite blanky. And I want to create another for the next generation. Please help me do that. Thanks so much.

Suzanne

Sapphires-N-Purls said...

Suzanne, you can send a picture to sapphiresnpurlsknitting@gmail.com. I'll take a look and see if I recognize the stitch that was used.