Triad Crochet Stitch + Blanket Pattern

Blossom Lady
Jul 10, 2021 10:59 PM
Triad Crochet Stitch + Blanket Pattern

If you've never used the triad stitch before, you really need to try it! The texture of this stitch is incredible. It's a bit of a yarn eater, but it's worth it. The stitch is very similar to the triad stitch, but with a few key differences that give it a slightly different look. It is more of a puff stitch with a more defined, taller shape. This gorgeous stitch is perfect for a beautiful blanket! Learn how to crochet this beautiful crochet stitch with a sophisticated and elegant look.

Instructions

There are 2 rows for this stitch, a foundation row of stitches and the Triad stitch row.

Starting with the foundation row, CH 1

1 SC in 1st ST

*1 SC in next space/stitch

1 SC in stitch/open space from previous Triad Stitch

Repeat from * until end of the row. So I made 1 SC in each ST/space for this row

Starting the Triad ST row, CH 3

Yarn over your hook 1 time

Skip 1st ST, insert hook into the 2nd ST and pull the yarn through the loop (You’ll have 3 loops on your hook)

*Yarn over 1 time

Insert your hook into the next ST and pull the yarn through the loop (You’ll have 5 loops on your hook)

Yarn over 1 time

Insert your hook into the next ST and pull the yarn through the loop (You’ll have 7 loops on your hook)

Yarn over 1 time

Take that yarn through 6 loops on your hook, leaving 2 loops left

Yarn over 1 time

Take that yarn through both loops on your hook

Make 1 CH

For the next Triad Stitch, Yarn over your hook 1 time

Insert your hook into the stitch we were just working into, the one connected with the last Triad Stitch made, pull the yarn through the loop

You would then repeat from * for your 2nd Triad Stitch

Then for any future rows you would alternate between the foundation row and Triad Stitch rows

This is what the Triad Stitch should look like when completed!

I hope you all enjoyed this tutorial! I'm hoping that no one is confused. But if you still have any questions about it, please don't hesitate to ask.

Triads Stitch Striped Blanket

Materials:

  • 2 skeins of Lion Brand Ice Cream Yarn in Mint
  • 1 skein of Baby Bee Sweet Delight Yarn in Toy Elephant
  • Size H (5.0 mm) crochet hook
  • Tapestry needle

Gauge:
For a 30" x 35" baby blanket:
4" = 8.5 triads
4" = 5.5 rows of triads (includes sc rows)

Note: To change the width of the blanket, you can use any odd number of stitches and the pattern should work

Starting with the mint yarn:

Row 1: fsc 121 times, turn (121)

Row 2: ch 4, skip the first st, mhdc3tog, ch 1, *mdhdc3tog with the first st in the same st as the last mhdc3tog, ch 1*, repeat from * to * until one st remains, dc in the last st, turn

Row 3: ch 1, sc in the first st, sc in each ch-1 space and mhdc3tog across, sc in the ch-4 space at the end, then sc in the 3rd ch, turn (121)

Repeat Rows 2-3 until the piece measures 12.5".
Switch to the gray yarn. Repeat Rows 2-3 for 9.5".
Switch back to the mint yarn. Repeat Rows 2-3 for 12.5". Switch to the gray yarn for the border.

Border Row 1: ch 2, dc across top, [dc twice, ch 2, dc twice] in the corner, dc evenly down the side, [dc twice, ch 2, dc twice] in the corner, dc across the bottom, [dc twice, ch 2, dc twice] in the corner, dc evenly up the side, [dc twice, ch 2, dc twice] in the corner, ss to join

Border Row 2: ch 2, dc across top, [dc twice, ch 2, dc twice] in ch-2 space, dc down the side, [dc twice, ch 2, dc twice] in ch-2 space, dc across the bottom, [dc twice, ch 2, dc twice] in ch-2 space, dc up the side, [dc twice, ch 2, dc twice] in ch-2 space, ss to join.
Fasten off. Weave in ends. Block lightly.

And now you have a lovely little blanket!

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