Step by Step Daisy Stitch Tutorial
Updated: Dec 14, 2018
In this tutorial I'll be showing you how to knit the Daisy Stitch that is featured in my English Garden Wrap. It's worked on the wrong-side rows & is a lot more simple than it seems. Plus, it's a pretty addictive stitch & when worked on larger needles can form a great lacey texture without being too fiddly.
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A project or swatch with a multiple of 4 +3 stitches cast on.
Knitting needles appropriate for your yarn
On a Wrong Side Row, purl 3 stitches together but leave them on the left needle.
Yarn over (again leaving the stitches on the left needle).
Purl the same 3 stitches together again.
Now you can drop the stitches off the left needle.
Knit 1 stitch.
Repeat Steps 1-4 across. Knitting the stitches left at the end of the row.
Right Side Row:
Knit all stitches.
You've completed the 2 rows for a section of Daisy Stitches!
To make the diagonal lines like in my pattern, you just need to be sure to stagger the stitches every other row so that you're always working into either the first or third stitch of the daisy stitch 2 rows below.
Try your hand at knitting the Daisy Stitch with my English Garden Wrap Knitting Pattern.