This pretty vintage Daisy Stitch knitting pattern is perfect for spring and summertime. This is a 4-Row Repeat Pattern where the design really pops when you use 2 yarn colors. I love how the brioche knit rows of daisies knit up with a bit of thickness. This knit stitch pattern would make a really sweet baby blanket or summery purse. Along with up-close photos of my knitting samples, you’ll find links to all the techniques, a printable written pattern, and video tutorial. I hope you are inspired to give this pretty, flowery Daisy Knit Stitch a try!
MATERIALS for the Daisy Stitch Pattern
Feel free to use any appropriately sized yarn and needles for your creative project.
- Knitting Needles
- Tapestry Needle – Clover Chibi Jumbo Bent Tip Darning Needle Set
- Scissors – Gold Stork Crane Scissors
KNITTING TECHNIQUES for the Daisy Stitch Pattern
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WRITTEN PATTERN for the Daisy Stitch Pattern
- Yarn - Any Gauge
- Knitting Needles - Appropriate Size for Yarn
- Tapestry Needle
Cast On: Multiples of 4, plus 1
- Row 1: (change yarn color, if desired) Knit Row
- Row 2: K1, * P3Tog keep on your needle, YO, P3Tog, drop from needle, K1 *
- Row 3: (change yarn color, if desired) Knit Row
- Row 4: K1, P1, K1, * P3Tog keep on your needle, YO, P3Tog, drop from needle, K1 *, P1 K1
- Repeat Rows 1 – 4 until your piece is the length you desire.
- To change yarn colors, switch yarn prior to knitting any Odd Numbered Row
- Non-Reversible Knit Stitch Pattern.
- Lies Flat.
- Double Pointed Knitting Needles Size US 7 (4.5mm)
- Stork Scissors Stainless Steel Gold Sewing Scissors Small
- Clover Chibi Jumbo Bent Tip Darning Needle Set
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