Trinity Stitch

Also known as the Raspberry stitch, the Trinity stitch is a beautiful stitch that has a very textured look. The stitch increases and decreases create little bobbles which resemble raspberries. The Trinity stitch is the cousin of the Berry stitch. As compared to the Berry stitch, the trinity stitch is more textured and has many gaps in the design which gives it a more lacy look. Because of the many increases and decreases, this stitch is rated intermediate.

The Trinity stitch is perfect for knitting accessories such as headbands, bracelets, scarves, etc. Because of it’s time-consuming nature, this stitch is a little too much for larger projects such as a sweater or an afghan but would work better for smaller projects or as accent designs in larger ones.

Like the Trinity stitch? Check out the Budding Infinity Scarf free pattern!

trinity stitch


Skill: intermediate
Multiple of 4 sts + 2

Row 1: purl.
Row 2: K1, *(K1, P1, K1) into next st, P3tog; rep from * to the last st, then (K1, P1,K1) into the last st.
Row 3: purl.
Row 4: K1, *P3tog, (K1, P1, K1) into next st; rep from * to the last 3 sts, then P3tog.

Repeat ROWS 1-4.

Check out this video for more help with (K1, P1, K1) increase. Note: this video is for (P1, K1, P1) increase but will help you in this case.

From the Knitter’s Gallery:

Budding Infinity Scarf momfourgirls

Budding Infinity Scarf knitted by @momfourgirls via Ravelry.



Budding Infinity Scarf Pattern

Hello all!

It took me a lot longer than expected but I finally finished it! After almost two months the scarf that was inspired by my love for succulents is done. This infinity scarf has a very unique look which resembles flower buds being strung together therefore, I named it the Budding Infinity Scarf.

Budding Infinity Scarf - Purl Avenue
This scarf would look fantastic in a creamy, off-white color.
I think I will knit another one in that color.
Purl Avenue
It measures about 10″ wide and 60″ long.
Budding Infinity Scarf wip - Purl Avenue

This will be my last winter project of the season. For spring, I will be working on lace projects which I am very excited about. The Budding Infinity Scarf is knitted with a sequence of increase and decrease stitches so I’ve made a video to help you all with the increase technique required to achieve this look.

Here is the free Budding Infinity Scarf pattern:


4 skeins of Caron’s Country in Loden Forest
Size 8 US (5mm) 32″ circular needles (I recommend lace needles)
Stitch marker
Yarn needle


20 sts=4″ (10.2cm)


*Note: this pattern is done in multiple of 4 sts.
Cast on 260 sts. Join for knitting in the round.

Rd 1: purl.
Rd 2: *(P1, K1, P1) into next st, K3tog; rep from * to end of round.
Rd 3: purl.
Rd 4: *K3tog, (P1, K1, P1) into next st; rep from * to end of round.

Repeat rounds 1-4 until scarf reaches approximately 10″. Bind off and weave in loose ends.

Here is a video on how to purl 1, knit 1 and purl 1 into the next stitch.

Pattern for knitting the scarf flat:
Multiple of 4 sts + 2

Row 1: purl.
Row 2: K1, *(K1, P1, K1) into next st, P3tog; rep from * to the last st, then (K1, P1,K1) into the last st.
Row 3: purl.
Row 4: K1, *P3tog, (K1, P1, K1) into next st; rep from * to the last 3 sts, then P3tog..

Budding Infinity Scarf Pattern

Hope you all enjoy! I will have this up on Ravelry soon so don’t forget to share your projects with us!

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