I just love the ingenuity of our next block and think you will too! Picots stitches are usually seen as a decorative edging on a crochet piece but our next designer has cleverly incorporated them into her design. It’s a really interesting pattern to work up too as you are pretty much doing something different on each round.
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Sorrel by Sadie Cummings
- Hook: 5 mm (US Size H)
- Yarn: Aran / 10 ply / Worsted / Weight #4
- Colours: I would suggest at least four or five different colours
- Pattern uses American crochet terms see conversion chart here
Picot stitch: ch 3 or ch 4, slip stitch in either the 3rd or 4th ch (depending on which type of picot) – picot done.
Ta dah!! This is my version of this square using my colour palette (I blogged about this here). This block is simply scrumptious with it’s perfectly positioned picots! I didn’t change colour every round and I also stopped at rnd 17 (which for me was htr/hdc) as I was spot on 12 inches.
Don’t forget to stay tuned for the next block to be released on the 30th September or 1st October.