Blackberry Kerchief by Churchmouse Yarns and Teas

Blackberry Kerchief

April 2018
Lace ?
23 stitches = 4 inches
in pattern stitch, relaxed after blocking
US 6 - 4.0 mm
229 yards (209 m)
34" wide x 14" deep
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This pattern is available for free.

Beloved by pie makers, reviled by gardeners, the common blackberry is considered both a blessing and a curse on Bainbridge Island. But knitters love the plump texture of the stitch named for this bobbly berry. Opened up in a lace-weight yarn, blackberry stitch (also known as trinity stitch) makes dainty, lacy clusters. Plus, it’s handsome on the wrong side, too.

Approx. 34” wide x 14” deep.

1 skein Rowan Kidsilk Haze (229 yds/210m).
Or approx. 229 yds/210m of an equivalent yarn.

US 6 (4mm) circular needle (a sharp taper is helpful), or size to obtain gauge.
Blocking wires (3) or pins (150).

23 sts = 4” in pattern stitch after blocking and resting.

For our other version of this pattern using Shibui Reed, click here.

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