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Topic: Trinity Stitch Hat (tons of pix!) *Now with Pattern!*  (Read 118549 times)
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« Reply #70 on: December 03, 2008 05:03:40 AM »

it stands for "make 1" .  It's a stitch increase.  Wrap the yarn with a backwards loop onto your right needle and when you are knitting the next row treat that as a stitch.


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« Reply #71 on: February 22, 2009 09:57:13 PM »

Hey, I just used your pattern and made my own hat.  Thanks for the pattern, it came out great.  I posted some pics on my blog (http://makeandbakeblog.blogspot.com/2009/02/bobble-hat.html).
« Reply #72 on: March 02, 2009 11:23:11 PM »

wow what a cool hat!! I've tried doing the trinity stitch before and I am so completely terrible at it!! But I think I might want to give it a try again...
« Reply #73 on: March 10, 2009 08:55:46 AM »

Trinity stitch is one of my favorite stitches. IT's such a great texture! Wonderful job with the hat Smiley


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« Reply #74 on: September 15, 2009 07:29:26 AM »

Place 4 markers evenly around (one should be the begining of the round marker), making sure they are after a p3tog.
On the next row (row 2, a knit row) decrease 4 bobbles: k to 5 sts before a marker and decrease next 5 sts into 1 as follows: sl 3 knit-wise (one at a time); *pass 2nd st on right needle over first (center); sl center st back to left needle, pass next st over it;* rep from *, k remaining st. Continue in this way for the rest of the row.

Follow rows 3, 4, and 1 of patt. On next row 2, repeat decreases. Continue decreasing on every row 2 until there are only 16 sts left. k2tog across the row - you will only have 8 sts left. (Note: I actually think I started the k2tog rows earlier than this, following in patt on the RS rows. I can't remember what I did, so you might have to experiment a little. Thread some waste yarn into all the sts on a row so you can unravel to that point if you need to. You can try out different dec techniques all you want after that).


the makers are just one on each needle or four on each needle?
« Reply #75 on: April 10, 2011 07:36:50 AM »

Just made a non-slouchy version. Thanks!
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