Skill Level EasyFinal Size 7.5” x 7.5”
You’re looking for an easy one-skein project for spring or summer? The loop stitch is used to make our textured crochet trivet. It adds enough thickness to provide a buffer between your table top and a hot-pot.
This project will give you lots of practice using the loop stitch. It’s a unique stitch that is great for both projects like these and rugs. It doesn’t require a lot of experience. It is made up of basic stitches that you likely already know how to crochet.
Approx. 115 yards;Lily Sugar ‘n Cream Yarn(Colorway pictured as Potpourri
4.5 mmCrochet Hook
BLOOnly for Back Loop
FdcFoundation Double Crochet
Measure the back side of your work:
15.5 sts = 9 rows = 4” stitch pattern
Row 1:Make 27 Fdc. Turn at the first page.
Row 2:Slst in BLO for first st. Ch 5. *Slst in the BLO of the next st. Ch 5. Continue with * until the end. Ch 5. Slst to 3.rdTurn ch. Turn to Ch 2.
Row 3:1 dc in the unused loop of each st starting at row 1. Turn and ch 1.
Continue:Continue to rep rows 2 through 3 until the work measurement is approximately 7 inches from the starting edge. Do not fasten.
Round 1:Rotate work so that 26 sts are evenly spaced along the work’s edge. 3 sc in the first st on the bottom edge. 1 sc in the rem st from the end. 3 sc in the last st of the bottom edge. Rotate the work and space 26 sts evenly along the work’s edge. 3 sc in the first st on the top edge. 1 sc in every rem st on the top edge. Join the slst with a slst at the first round. Fasten off, and weave in ends.