The Triangles and Cones Stitch is a crochet lace stitch that features an interesting geometric motif.
The open lace texture of this stitch is perfect for light, lace projects for spring and summer! For example, it would be great for a lightweight crochet shawl or wrap, for a summer tee or dress.
I personally love this stitch and I know I am going to use it in many projects.
In this blog post, you can find the written instructions with step-by-step photos. However, you can also follow the video tutorial here on my YouTube channel!
Designer’s Pick for Summer Blog Hop
The first one is my Summer Beach Cover Up (coming soon!), which I designed for the Designer’s Pick for Summer Blog Hop. This blog hop will be running through the month of June and will be hosted by RaeLynn from Itchin’ for some Stitchin’ and Hannah from HanJan Crochet.
The sponsor of the Designer’s Pick for Summer event is WeCrochet, who sent us all the yarn for our creations. The yarn choice on WeCrochet is huge and I had a hard time making up my mind on which one I was going to ask. In the end, I decided to try some Comfy Fingering Weight yarn by KnitPicks.
If you would like to see a few sneak peeks of the upcoming designs in the Summer Blog Hop, you can take a look at the #SummerBlogHopWeC on Instagram!
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CROCHET TRIANGLES AND CONES STITCH – Video Tutorial
You can find the video tutorial on how to crochet the Triangles and Cones Lace Stitch here on my YouTube channel.
- 4.0-mm (G/6 USA, 8 UK) Hook
- Fingering Weight (1 Fine) Yarn. I used Comfy Fingering Weight yarn by KnitPicks in the color Honey.
- Tapestry Needle
CROCHET ABBREVIATIONS (US TERMS)
Ch – Chain
Ch-less Dc – Chainless Starting Double Crochet
Ch-less Tr – Chainless Starting Treble Crochet
Dc – Double Crochet
FDC – Foundation Double Crochet
Hdc – Half Double Crochet
RS – Right Side
Sc – Single Crochet
Sk – Skip
Sl St – Slip Stitch
St – Stitch
Tr – Treble Crochet
WS – Wrong Side
Yo – Yarn over
Chainless Starting Double Crochet (Ch-less Dc)
Please, find a step-by-step tutorial on how to crochet the Ch-less Dc here.
Chainless Starting Treble Crochet (Ch-less Tr)
Please, find a step-by-step tutorial on how to crochet the Ch-less Tr here.
Foundation Double Crochet (FDC)
Learn how to crochet a double crochet foundation row here.
Crochet Triangles and Cones Stitch – Photo Tutorial
For this stitch, you will need a number of sts that is multiple of 4, plus 1.
For this tutorial, I am going to use 7*4 = 28 +1 = 29 sts
Row 1. FDC 29, or ch 31 and dc 29 starting from the third ch from your hook. (29 dc)
Row 2. Ch-less dc, (ch 1, sk 1, dc 1) 14 times. (15 dc, 14 ch-1 spaces)
Row 3. Ch-less dc, dc in each st across. (29 dc)
Row 4-5. Repeat rows 2-3.
Ch-less tr, ch 4, sk 1, sl st into next st. *Ch 1, turn. Sc 1 in the first ch, hdc 1, dc 1, tr 1, ch 5, turn. Sk 3 sts from the previous row, sl st into next st. Repeat from * 6 times. Ch 1, turn. Sc 1 in the first ch, hdc 1, dc 1, tr 1. Without any additional ch, turn, sk 1, tr 1 into last st. (7 cones, 6 ch-1 spaces, 2 tr)
Ch 1 (does not count as a st), sc 1 in first tr, (ch 4, sc 1 in next ch-1 space) 6 times. Ch 4, sc in last st. (7 ch-4 spaces, 8 sc)
Ch-less dc, dc 3 in first ch-4 space, (ch 1, dc 3 in next ch-4 space) 6 times, dc in last st. (23 dc, 6 ch-1 spaces)
Ch 1 (does not count as a st), sc 1 in first dc, (ch 6, sc 1 in the third ch from your hook, hdc 1, dc 1, tr 1. Sc 1 in next ch-1 space) 6 times. Ch 6, sc 1 in the third ch from your hook, hdc 1, dc 1, tr 1, sc in last st. (7 triangles, 8 sc)
Ch-less tr, ch 1, (sc 1 in the ch-2 space at the top of the next triangle, ch 3) 6 times. Sc 1 in the ch-2 space at the top of the last triangle, ch 1, tr 1 in last st. (6 ch-3 spaces, 2 ch-1 spaces, 7 sc, 2 tr)
Ch-less dc, dc 1 in the first ch-1 space, (dc 1 in next sc, dc 3 in next ch-3 space) 6 times. Dc 1 in next sc, dc 1 in last ch-1 space, dc 1 in the last st. (29 dc)
Rows 12-15. Repeat rows 2-3 twice.
Your Triangles and Cones Lace Stitch swatch is ready!
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