31 Days of Loom Knitting Stitches - Day 2 Blackberry [Trinity]

Welcome to day 2! 

I hope you're all ready for something new! I'm sure you've seen needle knitters do the Blackberry, aka Trinity, stitch before but now it's time to bring it to the loom knitters community.

The Blackberry/Trinity stitch is a traditional Irish knit stitch from the Aran Islands. Traditionally the Blackberry/Trinity stitch was used by women or wives for the fisherman to make traditional Irish Sweaters made from wool.

Supplies Needed:
Peg Loom
Yarn Hook
Yarn Needle

k - Knit Stitch
p - Purl Stitch
k3tog - Knit 3 Together Stitch

100% Acrylic

Recommended Yarn:
Wool or Wool Blends
*can use heavier yarns for colder weather *

Blackberry Stitch

Cast On: 6

R1 - purl to end

R2 - p1 k1 p1 k3tog

R3 - purl to end

R4 - k3tog p1 k1 p1

Repeat till desired length


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