Are you fond of geometric designs? They are everywhere! In fact, nature has one of the greatest examples of geometric design, the honeycomb.
Crochet even has it own version of a geometric honeycomb like design. Have you ever heard of the Honeycomb Trellis Crochet Stitch?
Honeycomb Trellis Crochet Stitch Tutorial
By taking a look at this stitch, you’ll already understand why this stitch is named Honeycomb Trellis Crochet Stitch. It creates a rectangular fabric with repeating open holes mimicking a honeycomb.
This stitch is so quick and easy to make, it’s perfect for more advanced beginners. You definitely won’t have a hard time understanding how to make this stitch since it uses the basic stitches only.
To better see the details of this stitch, it is recommended to use cotton or bulky yarns. Bulkier yarns holds the shape better so it is easier to see the open holes of your work.
How to make the Honeycomb Trellis Crochet Stitch
To make patterns using the Honeycomb Trellis Crochet Stitch, you need to work on multiples of 5 (10,15,20,25,30,etc.) then add 2 (7,12,17,22,27,32,etc)
For this tutorial we’ll be using 22 stitches.
Row 1: 1 sc (single crochet) in second chain from hook, then 1 sc in each chain across. Chain 1, then turn.
Row 2: Chain 1, and sc in the next two stitches. * Chain 5, skip 2 sc, then sc in the next 3 stitches.* Repeat this pattern until the last 4 sc. Make another chain 5, then skip 2 stitches. Sc in the last two stitches and chain 1. Turn.
Row 3: Make 1 sc in the first stitch. * 5 Sc in the chain 5 arch, then skip the next stitch. Sc in the next stitch, and skip the next stitch again. * continue making this pattern until the last 2 stitches. Skip the next stitch, and sc in the last stitch. Chain 5, and turn. This is considered as a treble crochet and 2 chains.
Row 4: Skip the first 2 stitches, then 1 sc in the next 3 stitches. *Make a chain 5, then skip the next 3 stitches. Make 1 sc in the next 3 stitches.* make this pattern until you get to the last 2 stitches. Chain 2, skip the next stitch, then make a treble stitch in the last stitch. Chain 1, and turn.
Row 5: Chain 1, and sc in the first stitch. Make 2 sc in the space created by the chain 2. Skip the next stitch, sc in the next stitch, then skip the next stitch again. * Make 5 sc in the arch made by the chain 5. Skip the next stitch, sc in the next stitch, then skip the next stitch again.* Make this pattern until the last chain 2 space. Make 2 sc in the chain 2 space, then sc in the 3rd chain of the chain 5 in the previous row. Chain 1, then turn/
Row 6: Chain 1, and sc in the first two stitches. * Make a chain 5, then skip 3 stitches. Sc in the next 3 stitches.* Repeat the pattern until the last 5 sc. Chain 5, skip 3 stitches, and make a sc in the last two stitches.
Repeat rows 3 to 5 to make it longer.
Honeycomb Trellis Crochet Stitch Video Tutorial
Items You Can Make using the Honeycomb Trellis Crochet Stitch
Just like other crochet stitches, the list of what items you can make using this stitch is endless! Of course, there’s the usual scarf and blankets, but you can also make tops, table covers, and even bags.
Because of the holes this stitch creates, it creates tops that are perfect for summer! Beat the heat by making a crop top using this stitch. You can use the Honeycomb Trellis Crochet crop top over your swimsuit or other summer tops.
Is it a busy errand day? Do you wish you had a bag that you can use to carry your laundry, clothes, or your grocery? Why not make one! Use a bulky yarn and make an errands bag using the Honeycomb Trellis Crochet Stitch.
It’s sturdy enough to carry items you need for your errands, and the holes are not large enough for your things to fall through.
Share Your Crochet Works
Now you’re ready to make something new with this Honeycomb Trellis Crochet Stitch! Have you decided what to work on?
I hope you had fun working and learning more about this stitch! Once your finished with your patterns, post them on our Facebook Page. We’d love to see your creations!
Looking forward to seeing your crochet works using the Honeycomb Trellis Crochet Stitch!