Crochet Triangle Stitch
Crochet stitches come in many different shapes and sizes, each with their own unique look and feel. The triangle stitch is a beautiful and versatile stitch that can be used to create a variety of projects, from blankets and scarves to shawls and even clothing. With its unique shape, this stitch adds an interesting texture to any project and can be easily customized to suit your needs. In this crochet tutorial, we will learn how to make the triangle stitch and explore different ways to use it in your crochet projects.
Techniques used in this pattern (British term / American term):
Chain Stitch – ch
Double crochet / single crochet – dc/sc
Treble / double crochet – tr/dc
Half treble / half double crochet – htr/hdc
Double treble / triple crochet – dtr/trc
Picot of 3dc/sc – picot: make 3ch, 3dc/sc in third ch from hook. Stitch – st
Foundation Chain: 5 + 2 chs
Row 1: skip 1ch, * 1dc/sc in next ch, make triangle – [ 6ch, skip 1ch, 1dc/sc in next, 1htr/hdc in next, 1tr/dc in next, 1dtr/trc in each of next 2ch ]. Skip 4 foundation ch; rep from*, make 1dc/sc in last ch, turn.
Row 2: make 3ch, * work 1tr/dc over second dtr/trc of next triangle (see pictures),
make 3ch and 1tr/dc over same dtr/trc, 1picot; rep from*,
work 1tr/dc over second dtr/trc of next triangle, make 3ch and 1tr/dc over same dtr/trc, 1tr/dc in last dc/sc below, turn.
Row 3: make 3ch, * insert hook through dc/sc of next triangle below and space of 3ch, work 1dc/sc.
Make triangle; rep from *, work 1dc/sc into next triangle and space of 3ch, 2ch, 1dc/sc in third ch, turn.
Row 4: make 4ch and 1tr/dc in first dc/sc below, 1picot, * work 1tr/dc + 3ch + 1tr/dc over second dtr/trc of next triangle, 1picot; rep from rep from *, work 1tr/dc + 1ch + 1tr/dc in first ch, turn.
Row 5: make 1ch and 1dc/sc in first tr/dc below, * make triangle, work 1dc/sc into next triangle below and space of 3ch; rep from *, make triangle and 1dc/sc in third ch, turn.
Repeat rows 2 - 5.
Last row (3rd or 5th): make 4ch instead of triangle.