The B0ucan Stitch, also know as Interlocking Blocks or Grid Stitch. No more cutting off yarn at the end of each row, therefore less tail ends to weave in later.
2 patterns, worked in horizontal stripes using 3 colours.
Pattern No 1 uses 3 tr (US:dc) & pattern No 2 uses 2 tr (US: dc).
The colour change is at end of each row by dropping the working colour & carrying up & bringing in the new colour in the last 2 loops of last stitch, therefore no need to cut off yarn at each end.
I find this technique neat enough to eliminate edging, a personal choice only. If you prefer to edge, there is no reason why you can’t, just remember to keep the same stitch count for each 4 sides.
The B0ucan Stitch produces a thick, denser fabric. Work in your own yarn of choice & appropriate hook. This is your project, experiment with colours & yarn & have fun.
Requirements: 8 ply or yarn of your choice, hook size 4.50 (G) or appropriate hook for yarn ply, darning needle to weave in tail ends, scissors,
- The patterns include:
- both UK & US terminology written pattern
- pattern diagrams (charts)
The PDF patterns (5 pages) will be sent to you as a download link to your email address once payment is complete. You will require Adobe Reader to view the PDF pattern.
~ As a PDF download there are no shipping fees
~ Please be aware that PDF downloads are not eligible for return or refund
I’m committed to, & take great pride in, providing accurate info, both written & diagram. However, should you come across any problems, questions or comments, please don’t hesitate to contact me – Renate
For credit & debit card purchases, proceed to checkout to fill in details.
~ When paying with PayPal, you will be taken to a PayPal page for that purchase. If you do not want to sign up for a PayPal account, you will see Secure options to pay with a credit card or a bank account on checkout. After payment, you will be redirected to your purchase order.
~ Thank you for visiting my shop & supporting Handmade. ~