This Trinity Stitch Crochet Tutorial will show you how easy this textured stitch is to create. Once you get the hang of this pattern, it is a repeat of row two. It is quite fun and easy to crochet. As I work on expanding my crochet skills, adding new stitches to my skillset is one of my goals this year.
What does The Trinity Crochet Stitch Look Like?
The look is a nice texture with a bit of puff and three vertical bars extending into the stitches in the row below. While this stitch is puffy like the berry stitch and the bobble stitch, it is a little bit more of a subtle puff. Yet it looks like little stars or flowers.
This crochet stitch is made up of clusters of single crochet stitches that start in the same stitch the previous stitch ended. Once you get going, this is an easy stitch to work.
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Basics of the Beautiful Trinity Stitch
If you are looking for a new crochet stitch to try, the Trinity stitch is a beautiful, unique stitch that is perfect for confident beginners or intermediate crocheters.
This tutorial will show you how to work the single crochet 3 together that starts in the same stitch that you just worked. Achieve a beautiful textured slightly puffy stitch that feels amazing too. Once you have mastered this stitch, you can use it to create baby blankets, large Afghans, scarves, and other pieces of apparel and accessories.
What Does the Word Trinity Mean?
Trinity means a cluster of three things. Therefore, since there are three vertical bars per stitch, the Crochet Trinity Stitch is a grouping of three stitches.
This makes sense to me. So, now you know why this stitch got its name. Now you just need to get started. Once you get the rhythm going this stitch is easy as pie.
Video Tutorial and Photo Tutorial
You will find the links to my YouTube Channel for the video tutorials for both left and right hand crocheters below the written directions. Additionally, within the written directions, there are photos showing the stitches and where to put your hook to help you successfully complete this beautiful stitch.
Today I worked this pattern in a solid color; however, this would be a lovely crochet project to change colors every few rows as well.
Crochet Stitch Pattern Directions: Trinity Stitch Crochet Tutorial
Advanced Beginner or Intermediate level crocheter
Gauge will depend on the yarn and crochet hook that you choose to use.
Today I used a Caron Simply Soft yarn and a Size J crochet hook. This still would work well for all types of yarn from fingering to chunky. It is a very forgiving stitch pattern, just make sure to have your stitches a bit on the looser side so you can get your hook in the stitches in the row before.
Crochet Tutorial Notes
This stitch is worked in even stitches, multiples of 2
The first stich is worked in the second chain from the hook.
In the last single crochet three together, do not work the final chain 1, rather work a single crochet in the last stitch that you just worked. (The last stitch of the row).
This pattern is a repeat of row 2 until you reach your desired size.
Try and keep your stitches a bit looser. This will help you be able to get your hook into the stitches in the previous row.
Turn at the end of each row.
If you are going to change the yarn to a different color, I would add the new yarn at the end of the row just before working the chain stitch for next row.
CH = Chain
SC = Single Crochet
SP = Space
ST = Stitch
STs = Stitches
YO = Yarn Over
[ ] = Repeat
Crochet Stitch Directions
Chain any length in a multiple of 2.
SC in the 2nd CH from the hook. Insert hook into the same SP as the SC ST and pull up a loop. Pull up a loop in the next 2 STs. There should be 4 loops on your hook at this point. YO and pull through all 4 loops on your hook. CH 1 to close this stitch. [Insert the hook into the same SP and pull up a loop, pull up a loop in the next 2 STs, YO and pull through all 4 loops on the hook, CH 1 to close]. Repeat between [ ] across. End of the row. In the last ST, do not close with the Ch 1, rather work a SC in the last ST. Turn
CH 1, SC in the same ST as you worked the CH 1 (The first ST). Insert the hook into the same SP as the SC ST and pull up a loop. Pull up a loop in the next 2 STs. There should be 4 loops on your hook at this point. YO and pull through all 4 loops on your hook. CH 1 to close this stitch. [Insert the hook into the same SP and pull up a loop, pull up a loop in the next 2 STs, YO and pull through all 4 loops on the hook, CH 1 to close]. Repeat between [ ] across. In the last ST, do not close with the Ch 1, rather work a SC in the last ST. Turn
Repeat row 2 until piece is desired size.
Step-By-Step Photos of the Trinity Stitch
Row 1 Photos
Row 2 Photos
Crochet Blanket Using the Trinity Stitch
Coming soon. I am currently working on a pattern using this stitch pattern worked in Country Blue that I will share with you soon.
Similar Crochet Stitch Pattern
If you like the look of this stitch, another one that is very similar is the Star Stitch. It also has the vertical bars that look like a starburst or a flower.
You can find the Star Stitch Free Tutorial on the website too
If you would like to make a blanket using the star stitch, I have that free pattern for you too.
I continue to work on building the crochet tutorials library.
Video Tutorial of the Trinity Stitch
Right Hand Tutorial
Left Hand Tutorial
You can find Victoria crocheting, quilting, and creating recipes. She has worked in restaurants for many years. Her many crochet patterns and quilt patterns are enjoyed by many. In her professional career, she has worked in management in a wide variety of businesses including higher education as a dean of a division. All the while attending college part-time to achieve her doctorate in higher education with an emphasis in e-learning.