I am head over heels in love with this precious baby blanket. Pattern and instructions on how to make this knit baby blanket using the clover eyelet and crocheted cloverleaf border, with videos to provide further instructions to diy this sweet baby blanket. One of my all-time favorite knit projects.

A charming knit baby blanket using the cloverleaf eyelet stitch and finished using a cloverleaf crochet edge.

I have been knitting for about 30 years. When I first began this hobby, I was all about knitting sweaters but I slowly began to realize that it broke my heart a bit when the sweaters I knit weren’t being worn (by me or anyone else) when tastes changed or when they were grown out of or for any other reason.  The time investment in knitting a sweater can be significant so you don’t want that garment to be relegated to the closet.

So I’ve transitioned to knitting blankets, washcloths and the like….they don’t go out of style, you can’t really outgrow them AND they are so much easier to knit than a sweater.

But…I already have a stash of washcloths and have knit a couple of big blankets lately, so when Kate told me that the young lady overseeing Kate’s internship was pregnant…Ooooh…I was all…”That’s such exciting news…now I can knit a baby blanket!”I am head over heels in love with this precious baby blanket. Pattern and instructions on how to make this knit baby blanket using the clover eyelet and crocheted cloverleaf border, with videos to provide further instructions to diy this sweet baby blanket.

And this knit baby blanket couldn’t be going to better home. Kate’s mentor and her husband are from Italy, only in the US a short time while she works on her PhD, so they really don’t have friends and family near by.

When they return back to Italy, the idea that they’ll take a little token of love from the US with them just warms my soul.I am head over heels in love with this precious baby blanket. Pattern and instructions on how to make this knit baby blanket using the clover eyelet and crocheted cloverleaf border, with videos to provide further instructions to diy this sweet baby blanket.

Kate and I deliberated over a pattern for this knit baby blanket and ultimately decided on a Clover Eyelet for the body of the blanket. I was pushing for that since I knew I could add a clover border to the blanket as well…and let’s just admit that a cute border is the icing on the cake…the cherry on top of your sundae…you get the idea. Yup, the combination of knit & crochet is always a plus for me.

I am head over heels in love with this precious baby blanket. Pattern and instructions on how to make this knit baby blanket using the clover eyelet and crocheted cloverleaf border, with videos to provide further instructions to diy this sweet baby blanket.

Materials for Knit Baby Blanket (38″ by 42″):

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I am head over heels in love with this precious baby blanket. Pattern and instructions on how to make this knit baby blanket using the clover eyelet and crocheted cloverleaf border, with videos to provide further instructions to diy this sweet baby blanket.

Stitches Used for Knit Baby Blanket:

Knit Stitches

  • SS – Seed stitch alternates Knit and Purls for every stitch and every row, essentially knitting the purls and purling the knits.  Remember that you will never have a knit on top of a knit or a purl on top of a purl.  Since we have an odd number of stitches our seed stitch pattern will be: Row 1: * K1, p1, K1 rep from * to end of row, Row 2: * K1, p1, K1  rep from * to end of row, Row 3: * K1, p1, K1 ; rep from * to end of row.
  • K – knit
  • P – purl
  •  sl 1 – Slip 1, you simply slip one stitch as if to purl onto the right needle without working it
  •  k2tog – knit 2 together
  •  ssk – slip, slip, knit
  •  yo – yarn over – Bring yarn to front of work just like when you do the purl stitch.
  •  psso – pass slip stitch over – pass the slipped stitch over the worked stitch (the knit 2 together) on your right needle and over the tip of the needle. It’s just like when you’re binding off stitches

Crochet Stitches

I am head over heels in love with this precious baby blanket. Pattern and instructions on how to make this knit baby blanket using the clover eyelet and crocheted cloverleaf border, with videos to provide further instructions to diy this sweet baby blanket.

Instructions to Knit Baby Blanket:

Gauge: 5 stitches and 7 rows to the inch on size 6 needles using Berocco Modern Cotton, worsted weight

  • Cast on 181 stitches (multiple of 6 plus 1)
  • Knit Seed Stitch for first 3 rows.  (Row 1: * K1, p1, K1; rep from * to end of row, Row 2: *K1, p1, K1 ; rep from * to end of row, Row 3: * K1, p1, K1; rep from * to end of row)
  • 4th row: Seed Stitch for first 3 stitches (K1, p1, K1) and then knit rest of row until the last 3 stitches. Use seed stitch for last 3 stitches of the row.
  • 5th row: Seed Stitch for first 3 stitches (Knit, Purl, Knit) then purl the rest of the row until the last 3 stitches. Use seed stitch for last 3 stitches of the row.
  • Seed stitch the first 3 and last 3 stitches of each row for the rest of the blanket
  • 6th row: SS first 3 stitches, K2, yo, sl 1, k2tog, psso, yo, * K5, yo, sl 1, k2tog, pass slip stitch over, yo, repeat from * to last 5 stitches, K2, SS last 3 stitches
  • 7th row and remaining odd rows: SS first 3 stitches, P all stitches, SS last 3 stitches
  • 8th row: SS first 3 stitches, K3, yo, ssk, *k6, yo, ssk, repeat from * to last 5 sts, K2, SS last 3 stitches
  • 10th row: SS first 3 stitches, K all stitches, SS last 3 stitches
  • 12th row: SS first 3 stitches, K1, *k5, yo, sl 1, k2tog, psso, yo, rep from * to last 9 sts. K6, SS last 3 stitches
  • 14th row: SS first 3 stitches, K7, *yo, ssk, k6, repeat from * to end, SS last 3 stitches
  • 16th row: SS first 3 stitches, K all stitches, SS last 3 stitches
  • Repeat rows 6- 17 until last 3 rows; Seed Stitch last 3 rows.
  • This video will show some of the knitting, specifically this shows row 12. Even though it doesn’t show the other rows, the stitches used to make up the Cloverleaf Eyelet in row 12 will be the same stitches you’ll use throughout the blanket.

  • Cast off, but don’t cut cast off yarn.
  • Transfer yarn to crochet hook.
  • Work single crochet stitch all the way around.
  • Begin to work crochet cloverleaf pattern on the corner:
    • Cloverleaf: single crochet, then immediately chain 3 and single crochet into the first stitch of the chain. Chain 3 more and single crochet into the first stitch of the chain. Chain 3 more then single crochet into the first stitch of the chain. (So you chain and work into the first stitch of the chain 3 times for each clover).Work a slip stitch into the stitch that you crocheted the original single crochet in. The video below will help illustrate.
    • Single Crochet into the next 3 stitches
    • Work a Cloverleaf into the 4th stitch.
    • Repeat the 3 single crochets and the cloverleaf into the 4th stitch for the rest of the blanket. You may need to finagle a few stitches to get the cloverleaf on the corner if that is important to you.

Once done, weave in all loose ends, wash and block your blanket. One of the reasons I do like using the Berocco Modern Cotton for a knit baby blanket is that it washes up beautifully.  All the photos were taken after it had been washed and air dried.

I am head over heels in love with this precious baby blanket. Pattern and instructions on how to make this knit baby blanket using the clover eyelet and crocheted cloverleaf border, with videos to provide further instructions to diy this sweet baby blanket.

I hope this sweet little baby feels the love that was knit into this blanket.

Make sure to bookmark this page or pin this if you want to file it away for future reference.Pattern and videos for a Knit Baby Blanket using Eyelet Stitch and finished with a Crochet Cloverleaf Edge. Perfect gift for the new baby in your world.

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60 Comments

  1. Carole

    July 14, 2017 at 10:11 am

    Oh my goodness what a wonderful talent you have. This is beautiful!! I hope that one day I can slow down and learn to do this.. I’m not sure if that will ever happen but I’m in awe of those who have this art mastered. love your packaging too what a neat gift..

    Reply
    • lynn

      July 14, 2017 at 10:41 am

      Hey Carole, we only have so much time in a day, right? And I know you put in many hours in that beautiful garden of yours. Perhaps my garden would look as lovely as yours if I spent less time knitting! ? But, knitting is a great hobby for those of us who have a hard time just sitting in front of the tv without something in our hands. If it is something you are interested in learning, there are so many fantastic youtube videos to learn from.

      Thanks for stopping by and happy weekend.

      Hugs…Lynn

      Reply
  2. Krys

    July 14, 2017 at 10:28 am

    What a beautiful baby blanket! I appreciated your comment on sweaters – I’m currently knitting two, and already feel that the time commitment far outweighs the time the garment will be worn or appreciated. In fact, one of the sweaters was meant to be a gift, and already the intended recipient has inadvertently let me know they don’t really care for it! LOL! In the meantime, I’ve had lots of opportunity to knit for friends expecting babies, and have grown very fond of knitting little things. I’ve been looking for a blanket pattern, and this is just gorgeous! Thank you!

    Reply
    • lynn

      July 14, 2017 at 10:38 am

      Krys,

      I feel ya! Yeah, there is just too much time (not to mention $$$) invested in a hand knit sweater. I also got to the point where I would knit something then see it in the store for ½ of what I paid for the yarn alone!
      But…that’s why we have blankets and washcloths, right?
      Thanks so much for popping in and leaving your sweet comment. I do love this blanket and just can’t wait for the new parents to receive it.
      Have a great weekend and hope you get some fun knitting in. I’m actually working on a Christmas stocking pattern that I hope to publish soon!

      Many hugs, Lynn

      Reply
      • Kathleen

        July 14, 2017 at 10:43 am

        When I put my password in, it does not take me to the patterns. Maybe I am using a wrong password.

        Reply
        • lynn

          July 14, 2017 at 10:46 am

          Hey Kathleen, I just sent you an email with password info.

          Reply
  3. Carla from Kansas

    July 14, 2017 at 10:46 am

    Absolutely beautiful!

    Reply
    • lynn

      July 14, 2017 at 10:48 am

      Aw thanks Carla! I do love it and just can’t wait to gift it!

      Have a great weekend.

      Hugs…Lynn

      Reply
  4. Deb

    July 14, 2017 at 11:04 am

    My daughter is expecting next month and I have been pouring over baby blanket patterns to find one she’ll love…this is it! And I get to order more yarn…*smile* Thanks for posting this pattern! Made my day~

    Reply
    • lynn

      July 14, 2017 at 11:31 am

      Oh Deb…you just made my day!! And how exciting for you…a new wee baby in the family! I know that every stitch will be knit with Grandma’s love! Happy Knitting my friend.

      Reply
  5. BARB

    July 14, 2017 at 11:24 am

    Oh My Goodness !!!!!!! This is Wonderful …… and I just found out that my Lifelong friend’s Son is having his 4th child !!!!!! I cannot wait to get started on this blanket for them :0) Thank You SO much for this Sweet, Sweet pattern !!!!! AND for the video’s ….. I am a little nervous about the edging :0)
    Have a Wonderful Weekend !!!!!!!

    Reply
    • lynn

      July 14, 2017 at 11:35 am

      Hey Barb…don’t be nervous about the edging…it’s very easy…I did attach some videos if crochet is not your strong suit, but I firmly believe that if you can knit you can crochet. Sometimes when I switch from knit to crochet I need to remind myself that I should only have on stitch on my crochet hook after I’ve completed each stitch.

      And don’t hesitate to reach out if you have questions when you get there! I’d be thrilled to help.

      Happy Knitting (and crocheting)!

      Hugs, Lynn

      Reply
  6. Sara Gray

    July 14, 2017 at 11:49 am

    This is so lovely! Thank you for sharing.

    Reply
    • lynn

      July 14, 2017 at 7:49 pm

      Thanks for your kind words Sara! I am tickled with how it turned out an dam excited to give it to the new parents.

      Hugs, Lynn

      Reply
  7. Laurie

    July 14, 2017 at 2:00 pm

    Wow!!
    What a beautiful blanket; love the cloverleaf pattern that is mirrored on the edge. Thank you for YouTube links inserted along with pattern instructions as well. I’ve found that baby blankets are truly appreciated and are used for subsequent children if knit in neutral colors. Excellent job on the photography. Makes me want to get started on one today!!

    Reply
    • lynn

      July 14, 2017 at 7:42 pm

      Hi Laurie, Thank you so much for all your kind comments…you’ve made my day! And I do agree that baby blankets are so appreciated and I can’t wait to give it to the new parents.
      I hope you are able to get started on a fun project soon.

      Thanks again for taking the time to stop by and leave your sweet words.

      Have a great weekend.

      Hugs, Lynn

      Reply
  8. Mary Kay

    July 14, 2017 at 2:43 pm

    Help! I the password doesn’t work. Can you help me please?

    Reply
    • lynn

      July 14, 2017 at 7:32 pm

      Hi Mary Kay, I sent you an email to help with the password.

      Thanks for subscribing!

      Lynn

      Reply
  9. Debrashoppeno5

    July 17, 2017 at 8:35 am

    This is so beautiful. I haven’t knitted in years but certainly, can appreciate the beauty of it.

    Reply
    • lynn

      July 17, 2017 at 10:15 am

      Thanks Debra! I don’t always have project going all the time now, but I do enjoy it when I have a reason to pick up the needles.

      Thanks for swinging by…have a great day.

      Hugs, LYnn

      Reply
  10. Liz Romero

    July 17, 2017 at 9:08 am

    Hi! What a beautiful pattern! Thank you for sharing it. If I wanted to make this a slightly smaller blanket how many do you recommend casting on? Thanks, again.

    Reply
    • lynn

      July 17, 2017 at 10:14 am

      Hi Liz, it really depends on the size you want. If you wanted it about half the size you could cast on only have of the 181 and if you wanted it about ¾ of the size, then cast on about ¾ of the 181. Make sense? You’ll have to gauge the length based on the width you decide if you want it to be a square.

      Hope this helps and thanks for stopping by today.

      Hugs, Lynn

      Reply
  11. Natasha

    July 17, 2017 at 4:54 pm

    So sweet! Earlier today I was talking with my mom about things we’re planning to make for our upcoming little one. She’s an experienced knitter and we don’t have any blankets yet – I need to send her this post!

    Reply
    • lynn

      July 17, 2017 at 7:20 pm

      Hi Natasha…so excited for you and your impending ‘little one’…I so miss those days. You are in for so much fun.

      And so thrilled that you might have your mom knit this blanket for the new addition. That thought puts a smile on my face.

      Thanks so much for stopping by and letting me know.

      Many hugs, Lynn

      Reply
  12. lynn noble

    July 24, 2017 at 12:23 pm

    Hi there Lynn, this is so beautiful and delicate. If I were to make it in a 4 ply yarn (uk) how many more stitches would I need to cast on at the begining to make it roughly the same size? thanks Lynn x

    Reply
    • lynn

      July 24, 2017 at 7:16 pm

      Hi Lynn, Thanks so much for your kind words. In regards to how many stitches to cast on, I would be afraid to say specifically…if I were you I’d knit a swatch of your fingering weight yarn and figure out your gauge using that yarn.

      This site might help give you a little guidance.

      http://www.knitting-crochet.com/found/yarn.html

      Thanks again for swinging by.

      Hugs, Lynn

      Reply
  13. Dhannya

    July 24, 2017 at 3:09 pm

    Im so excited to knit this for my little one who is due in October.I am not an expert at knitting so I have been practicing this pattern with not so expensive wool first.
    I just find it difficult to understand your instruction for Row 6.I got it till the part you say we have to repeat from*…but i didn’t get it when you said till last 2 stitches, because after dat we have to knit 2 and seed stitch 3..so it should be till last 5 right?

    I find similar confusion in Row 8 and 12 too .I will be really grateful if you could explain to me this.

    Reply
    • lynn

      July 24, 2017 at 6:34 pm

      Dhannya, I am so glad you wrote in and Congrats on your pending new arrival! In reading over the directions I can surely see why you were a tad confused and I’ve made a correction to make the directions a little more clear. Your assumption was spot on. Thanks so much for seeing that and I hope I haven’t caused too much frustration for you.

      Let me know if it’s still not clear.

      Thanks, Lynn

      Reply
      • Dhannya

        July 26, 2017 at 3:02 pm

        Thank you so much Lynn for your reply and the correction.It makes peefect sense for me now.I will send you a pic of the blanket,once I am done with it.

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  14. Dhannya

    July 27, 2017 at 3:41 am

    Thank you so much for your reply and corection Lynn.It makes perfect sense to me now.I will send a pic of the blanket once Iam done with it.
    Thank you once again.

    Reply
  15. Jenny

    July 31, 2017 at 6:45 pm

    Lynn this precious!!! I can remember receiving a hand made baby blanket for my first son and it meant the world to me. I still have it. There is something very loving and dear about receiving a hand knit item like this. Not to mention, this blanket looks like it comes from a high-end boutique! It’s gorgeous!

    Reply
    • lynn

      August 2, 2017 at 8:20 pm

      Aw, thanks so much my sweet friend. I’m dying for Kate to give this blanket to the expectant mom, but she hasn’t done so yet…waiting for the shower. I loved how it turned out and am anxious to knit another one soon.

      Many hugs, Lynn

      Reply
  16. Kris

    August 3, 2017 at 12:02 am

    I can not seem to set a password. What am I missing? Thanks

    Reply
    • lynn

      August 3, 2017 at 11:37 am

      Hey Kris, I sent you an email. Let me know if you still have problems.

      Lynn

      Reply
  17. Linda

    August 4, 2017 at 3:15 pm

    What a lovely article and beautiful baby blanket.

    Not sure if I have the patience to knit it, but pinned it as it so beautiful x

    Reply
    • lynn

      August 11, 2017 at 10:33 am

      Aw Thanks Linda…you know , I just need to have something to keep my hands busy while watching tv. I like simple patterns that don’t require too much of my attention…I surely don’t want to miss any of the action on Game of Thrones!

      Reply
  18. Clare

    August 7, 2017 at 12:25 am

    hi, love this pattern, slightly confused with the odd no off stitches, seed stitch k1 p1, works out even amount of stitches, am I missing something obvious, thanks Clare x

    Reply
    • lynn

      August 11, 2017 at 10:29 am

      Hi Clare,

      Yes, you will K1 P1 the whole length of the blanket for 3 rows and you will end up with just a knit on the last stitch of the first row…but it works out fine. The eyelet body needs an odd number of stitches but wanted the border to have an even number on each side, so the blanket needed to have an odd number cast on overall.

      I hope that answers your question. Please let me know if you have further questions.

      Happy Knitting.

      Lynn

      Reply
  19. Lisa

    August 26, 2017 at 1:10 am

    Hi Lynn,
    lovely pattern and hoping to make for a friend’s baby, but I would like it to be a little smaller(not sure I have enough yarn). Is there a number to the pattern stitches I can apply when calculating how many to cast one? (I looked at one cloverleaf pattern which said 8 + 7 stitches, but can’t seem to apply it here).

    Reply
    • lynn

      August 27, 2017 at 8:36 am

      Hi Lisa..yes…you can apply that 8 + 7, but then figure another 6 (3 on each end) stitches for the border. Hope that helps! Happy Knitting.

      Reply
  20. Wendy Farkas

    October 18, 2017 at 1:45 pm

    Have there been any corrections to this lovely pattern? I’ve knit and ripped out the first 8 rows twice, because I start with 181 stitches, but the find I have 180sts in R8, and I can’t for the life of me figured out where I’ve gone wrong.

    I have all the yarn, the time to knit it up, and a new baby who would love to have this. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

    Reply
    • lynn

      October 18, 2017 at 8:24 pm

      Hey Wendy…

      I am racking my brain to figure out what’s going on with your knitting! I’m pretty confident that the pattern is correct but wondering if one of the steps might not be as clear as it needs to be. You are getting your Yarn Overs in, right? Do you have 181 after the 7th row? We’ll figure it out,…I promise!

      Reply
  21. Amber

    October 31, 2017 at 11:52 am

    Hi Lynn,

    Do you think this blanket would still look lovely without the crocheted edge?

    Thanks,
    Amber

    Reply
    • lynn

      November 1, 2017 at 7:18 pm

      Hi Amber…it will still look very sweet. The knit border for the pattern is a simple seed stitch, but it finishes the blanket off nicely.

      Happy Knitting!

      Hugs, Lynn

      Reply
  22. Sharon

    January 20, 2018 at 8:30 pm

    Beautiful pattern!
    I’m puzzled by the fact that you seem to be doing yarnovers in the “wrong” direction – front to back instead of back to front. Why is this?

    Reply
    • lynn

      January 21, 2018 at 8:27 am

      Hey Sharon…I had no idea I was doing it backward!! I guess I learned that way 30 years ago and didn’t know it was wrong. In looking at my pattern, I wonder if the cloverleaves would be smaller if I yarned over the ‘right’ way! Thanks for letting me know. I will surely attempt to ‘retrain’ myself, but man, that’s going to be hard after all these years.

      Have a great day my friend.

      Hugs, Lynn

      Reply
  23. Philippa

    February 19, 2018 at 6:24 pm

    Hi Lynn,
    I love this blanket, but was wondering if I could make it in a baby Merino or similar. I don’t know what it would be like in maybe a 3 ply or 4 ply?
    Could you give me an idea on that and what needles to use?
    I would love it to be soft and a bit drapey as I’m making it for my daughter to bring baby home from hospital.
    Kindest regards,
    Philippa.

    Reply
    • lynn

      February 21, 2018 at 10:00 am

      Hi Philippa,

      The Berroco Modern Cotton that I used was a DK weight, so as long as your Baby Merino is also a DK, I think you’d be just fine. As far as the needle, I used a US 7 (4.5mm) which is what it looks like many Baby Merinos use as well, so I would go with the recommended needle for the yarn. I would definitely knit a swatch to gauge, and make adjustments as needed.

      What a lovely gift…I know your daughter will be thrilled!

      Happy Knitting my friend.

      Hugs, Lynn

      Reply
  24. Teresa Phillips

    April 14, 2018 at 3:25 pm

    I had such a great time knitting this beautiful blanket! It will be my “go to” baby gift blanket from now on. I knitted a matching hat and it makes a lovely set. Lynn, Thank you for this great gift of a pattern!

    With appreciation,
    Teresa

    Reply
    • lynn

      April 14, 2018 at 10:25 pm

      Oh Teresa, I am so thrilled! In all honesty, it was one of my favorite knit projects as well and I’m looking forward to knitting it again. If you get a chance, I’d love for you to share a picture of the hat that you knit to go along with it! Not only would I love to see it, but I imagine other readers would love to see it as well.

      You are a dear to take a minute and share your kind comments.

      You made my day my friend,

      Hugs, Lynn

      Reply
  25. Mihaela

    April 24, 2018 at 9:34 am

    That’s beautiful! I’ll make it for my nephew or niece that my SIL is expecting <3

    Reply
    • lynn

      April 24, 2018 at 11:37 am

      How how exciting! I did love knitting (and crocheting) this blanket. Enjoy and congratulations.

      Hugs, Lynn

      Reply
  26. Joyce Gonzales

    May 17, 2018 at 10:09 am

    I am having trouble with the first three rows! My knits sit in knits. Do you change k p in every row to make it work? I wish there were a video. I’ve ripped theee times and tried sev ways. I’m sure I’m making it harder than it seems. Thank you…love this pattern!

    Reply
    • lynn

      May 20, 2018 at 5:30 pm

      Hi Joyce, so the confusion arises because we are dealing with an odd number of stitches. If you were doing standard seed with an even number of stitches, you’d be knit, purl on one row and then purl, knit on the next because you’d be ending on a purl. But since we have an odd number of stitches, just knit, purl for the three rows. You will end with a knit, so when you reverse, your knit will be sitting on a purl. I hope this makes sense!

      Let me know if not and I’ll give it another shot.

      Have a great day my friend.

      Lynn

      Reply
  27. Amanda Davies

    July 17, 2018 at 11:49 pm

    Hi I’m the same as Wendy Farkas. I get 180 stitches after row 6 and also have tried redoing twice. Also at the end of row 6 I do the kids then there are 3 stitches left for the seed stitch…is this correct?

    Reply
    • lynn

      July 18, 2018 at 8:03 pm

      Hi Amanda…For you second question, yes you should have three stitches left for the seed stitch.

      As for your first question…I know that when I first did this pattern, I did miss a few of the K2 and came out with the wrong stitch count.

      I am out of town, so away from my yarn and needles, but will be home Friday night if you are still having issues.

      Reply
  28. Paula

    August 28, 2018 at 4:34 pm

    Hi Lynn, thanks your for sharing this pattern! I am a bit confused with ‘ssk’, could your please explain?

    Reply
  29. Haley Nelson

    November 3, 2018 at 11:00 am

    I’ve been working on this blanket and on row 7 when I was purling the whole row there were a few stitches I noticed that didn’t look like normal stitches you purl. (I’m not good with knitting terms so I hope you understand).
    I purled everything, although now I have a sneaking suspicion that I should have just dropped those weird “stiches” off my needle since that’s what would make the cloverleaf?
    So should I only purl/knit stitches that look normal and drop everything else off?

    Reply
    • lynn

      November 5, 2018 at 2:19 pm

      Good Morning Hayley,

      If you set up row 6 correctly , then by just 100% purling the purl side, you will get the clovers. Some of the stitches do look ‘odd’…it’s probably the yarn overs that look odd.

      It may take 3-4 rows for you to be able to see the pattern.

      Definitely get back with me if you still have issues.

      Happy Knitting my friend.

      Hugs, Lynn

      Reply

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