Staggered Eyelet Stitch Pattern and Video

The Staggered Eyelet for the Large Gauge Loom

Staggered Eyelet

A great stitch for blankets, dish cloths and to add embellishment with strings and ribbon. I have wanted to add this to several patterns but it would work with my large gauge looms, until now. I was able to find a way to tweak the pattern so that it would work with my favorite looms.

Below is the basic pattern and a video to help the visual learner.

The Pattern

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Staggered Eyelet Yarn Bag

Stitch Application – Pattern Coming Soon



The pattern below was written for large gauge looms. The knit stitch versions are the U-wrap and the e-Wrap. The e-Wrap is included to facilitate the yarn-over.  When you reach that stitch unravel the loop before moving to it to the K2Tog peg. To do that just remove the loop with your hook then turn the hook in a circular manner until you remove the twist in the loop. You will notice that the loop is now a bit longer making it easier to stretch it and place it on the peg next to that one.




Multiples of 4 + Edges

> Row 1: Knit

< Row 2: EW, Knit 3

> Row 3: K2, K2Tog, YO

< Row 4: Knit

> Row 5: Knit

< Row 6: Knit 2, EW, Knit 1

> Row 7: K2Tog, YO, Knit 2

< Row 8: Knit

Repeat Rows 1-8 until desired length


The Video

Please watch the video completely before attempting the Staggered Eyelet Stitch Pattern

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Comments: 2

  1. Amber Martinez October 28, 2016 at 11:28 am

    I sent you an email to your email
    Address listed on YouTube! I really could use your assistance with a project! Thanks for all of your inspiration!

    • Denise Canela October 30, 2016 at 11:40 am

      Hi Amber,
      I emailed you a response – but just in case here is a copy of the answer:

      I would suggest using the bigger loom but this a rib stitch pattern. Also consider using the Super Stretchy Bind-off.

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