Knitting patterns for accessories, sweaters, and more knit with an openwork drop stitch seafoam stitch. Many of the patterns are free.
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Crescent shaped shawl knit in a seafoam drop stitch with a wavy border. Inspired by sand patterns made by wind and water on the Wadden Sea beaches. Fingering weight yarn. Designed by Karen S. Lauger for Filcolana. Available in English, Danish, German
Reversible, C-shaped, easy to knit scarf worked with combination of garter stitch and modified seafoam drop stitch. Uses a skein of variegated fingering weight yarn. Rated easy by Ravelrers. Designed by Ewelina Murach
Wavy Drop-Stitch Scarf
Laura Bain designed this easy scarf using the classic sea foam stitch. A quick knit in in super bulky yarn.
More Free Patterns
Breezy Baby Blanket
This easy pattern by Pickles features a light version of the drop stitch sea foam pattern, which makes it airy, stretchy and comfortable in warm weather.
- Get the free knitting pattern on the Internet archive
- See the Ravelry page
- See more Easy Baby Blanket Knitting Patterns
Sleeveless top is knit with drop stitch wave pattern. The original pattern is for a crop top but the knitter of the pictured project just added additional repeats of the pattern for length. Pictured project by julysnow. Great with multi-color yarn!
Joan Janes used garter stitch, yarnovers and dropped stitches to create an exquisite design that is easy to knit and perfect for multi-colored yarn.
Patterns for Purchase
Little Creek Shawl
The open, water-like flowing pattern is created with with carefully placed yarn-overs in ribbing that are knitted over a 12 row repeat and then dropped. This is a bottom-up triangular shawl that starts with just 8 stitches and builds up and out each row with a 2x2 rib. The designer says this is a project you can easily pick up and put down, always knowing where you’re at no matter how much time has passed. Looks easy to me. Great for multicolored yarn! Designed by Jacqui Verbeek.
- See more pics and get the knitting pattern on Lovecrafts
- Get the recommended Hedgehog Fibres Skinny Singles yarn at Etsy