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How to Crochet the Lattice Picot Stitch

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Learn how to crochet the lattice picot stitch for adding detail to your crochet projects. It’s easy to learn, and once you get the hang of it, you’ll be able to create a beautiful crochet project. This stitch creates a pretty lace pattern that’s perfect for lightweight projects.

Picot Trellis Versus this Lattice Picot Stitch

Just so there is no confusion, this pattern is a bit different than the normal picot trellis stitch. My lattice picot stitch uses multiples of 4 +6, the traditional picot trellis uses multiples of 5 + 2. Additionally, the picot lattice is worked right into a chain stitch, whereas mine is worked into the chain space.

I found that when working with a finer yarn, it is a challenge getting the hook into the chain stitch. Therefore, I just worked into the chain space, which is so much easier. The picot stitch is not as defined, but it does add a lovely texture to the open, lace stitch.

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How to Crochet the Lattice Picot Stitch

Easy Crochet Stitch Pattern

This stitch pattern is a repeat of the second row. It is a nice pattern to work while watching a movie with your family. Let the crocheting rhythm kick in and enjoy creating something pretty.

Directions: How to Crochet the Lattice Picot Stitch

Skill level

Beginner. Be able to crochet the single crochet and chain stitches.


The gauge will depend on what type of yarn you use and the crochet hook size.


Yarn, I have used this stitch pattern with worsted yarn, chunky yarn, and light number 1 and 2 yarns

Crochet hook

Yarn needle



CH = Chain

SC = Single Crochet

SK = Skip

SP = Space

ST = Stitch

STs = Stitches

[ ] = Repeat Between

Lattice Picot in different yarn weight

Crochet Pattern Notes

This lattice stitch is worked in multiples of 4 plus 6. That means that your beginning chain stitch row should be divisible by 4 once you subtract 6. For instance, if I made a sample swatch, I might start with 22 stitches. 22 – 6 = 16. 16 ÷ 4 = 4.

The pattern is a repeat of row 2.

The last SC will always be worked in the previous row hole. The first SC will always be worked in the previous row first hole.


Begin with a Base Chain in the desired number of chain stitches using multiples of 4 plus 6.

Row 1

In the 6th ST from the hook, insert hook and work a SC. [CH 5, SK 3 STs, SC in the 4th CH]. Repeat across between [ ]. End with a SC in the last stitch.

Row 2

CH 5, SC in the first hole of the previous row. [CH 5, SC, CH 3, SC in the next hole]. Repeat across between [ ]. End with a SC in the last hole SP.

Picot Lattice rows

Rows 3 and beyond

Repeat Row 2


Weave in yarn ends and remove the excess.

Easy Lattice Stitch Crochet Tutorial Here is the tutorial for the lattice stitch without the picot stitch in the middle.

Crochet You Tube Tutorial for the Lattice Picot Stitch

Right hand tutorial

Left hand tutorial

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