Cloverleaf Eyelet

Eyelet Cable Stitch

Left Cloverleaf Eyelet Rib right Cloverleaf Eyelet Cable left Cloverleaf Eyelet Rib right Cloverleaf Eyelet Cable The Cloverleaf Eyelet is beautifully adapted to vertical patterns, such as the Cloverleaf Eyelet Rib and Cloverleaf Eyelet Cable. In this Rib variation, the pattern could be widened by working on a multiple of 7 sts plus 2, inserting 2 purl sts between ribs instead of one. Rows 1, 3, and 5 Wrong side Kl, p5, kl rep from . Row 2 Pi, kl, yo, si 1 k2 tog psso, yo, kl, pi rep from . Row...

Little Mock Cables Classic Mock Cable Tamerna Stitch and Mock Wave Cable

Mock Cable

These two-stitch twist patterns have a multitude of uses. On either side of a large cable, or any other panel pattern with a purled background, they make very nice borders to give the panel a fancy finish. Repeated continuously all the way across a fabric, they make beautiful ribbings. Used as accents in a plain fabric, with varying numbers of knit stitches between panels, they give a cable effect without the use of the cable needle. The method of twisting the stitches to the right given here...

Corn on the Cob Stitch

This fabric, knitted in narrow vertical stripes, is nubby and very dense. It is well suited to heavy knitted coats and jackets calculated to keep the wind out and it can be done also in fine yarn for such articles as gloves. Cast on with Color A and knit one row. Row 1 Right side With B, kl, kl, si 1 wyib rep from , end kl. Row 2 With B, kl, si 1 wyif, kl rep from , end kl. Row 3 With A, kl, si 1 wyib, kl-b rep from , end kl. Row 4 With A, kl, kl, si 1 wyif rep from , end kl. Work Pin Stripe...

Herringbone Faggoting

Although the interlocking strands of plain Faggoting form a herringbone design, this design becomes more pronounced when some extra stitches are added to make vertical ribs between the openwork. These ribs also give a little added firmness to the fabric. Half Herringbone Faggot adds one stitch for a small rib. HALF HERRINGBONE FAGGOT OR FAGGOTING RIB STITCH Multiple of 3 sts. Kl, yo, k2 tog rep from . Repeat this row. When two stitches are added, the rib is more pronounced and obviously dual....

Reverse Cross Stitch Ribbing and Mock Cable

Left Side Knit Rib

These two ribbings combine well, because the Mock Cable Rib tends to be a little flat and the Reverse Cross-Stitch, in high relief, compensates for this and gives the combination more Row 1 Right side P2, k2, p2 rep from . Row 2 K2, skip 1 st and purl the 2nd st, then purl the skipped st, then si both sts from needle together k2 rep from . Rows 1 and 3 Wrong side K2, p3, k2 rep from . Row 4 P2, skip 2 sts and insert needle knitwise into front of 3rd st, then taking point of needle in front of...

Waffle Stitch or Rose Fabric

Waffle Stitch

In all four versions of this pattern care must be taken not to cast on too tightly or too many stitches, because the pattern spreads laterally to make a wider piece than might be expected. Check gauge. Note For all four versions, odd number of sts. Row 1 Wrong side K2, pi, kl rep from , end kl. Row 2 Kl, k next st in the row below, kl rep from . Row 3 Kl, pi, kl rep from . Row 4 K2, k next st in the row below, kl rep from , end kl. Repeat Rows 1-4. II. REVERSE SEED STITCH VERSION Row 1 Wrong...

Diamond Eyelet Pattern

Diamond Eyelets Knitting

This lovely eyelet pattern could be called a type of lace. But note that the openings are divided not by a single strand, but Row 1 Right side K2, yo, ssk, kl, k2 tog, yo twice, ssk rep from to last 5 sts, kl, k2 tog, yo, k2. Row 2 and all other wrong-side rows Purl. Throughout rows 2 and 10, purl into the front and back of every yo twice of previous row. Row 3 K2, k2 tog, yo, k6, yo, ssk rep from , end k2. Row 5 K3, k2 tog, yo, k4, yo, ssk, k2 rep from , end kl. Row 7 K4, k2 tog, yo, k2, yo,...

Blister Check or Coin Stitch

Drop Stitch Knit

In this pattern the drop-stitch technique is used to make a very attractive fabric with the double interest of color and texture. Colors A and B. Cast on with A and knit one row. Row 6 With A, k2, drop next st off needle and unravel 4 rows down, picking up the Color A st from Row 1 below insert needle into this st and under the 4 loose strands of Color B, and knit, catching the 4 loose strands behind st k3 rep from , end last repeat k2. Row 12 With A, k4, drop next st, unravel, and knit Color A...

Halved Diamond Pattern

Moss Stitch Diamond Pattern

Above Halved Diamond Pattern below Garter Stitch Version above Halved Diamond Pattern below Garter Stitch Version Row 1 Wrong side P6, kl, pll rep from , end kl, p6. Row 2 K6, pi, kll rep from , end pi, k6. Row 3 P5, k3, p9 rep from , end k3, p5. Row 4 K5, p3, k9 rep from , end p3, k5. Row 5 P4, k5, p7 rep from , end k5, p4. Row 6 K4, p5, k7 rep from , end p5, k4. Row 7 P3, k7, p5 rep from , end k7, p3. Row 8 K3, p7, k5 rep from , end p7, k3. Row 9 P2, k9, p3 rep from , end k9, p2. Row 10 K2,...

Crochet Knit Cross Stitch

Stitches that are elongated and crossed in this manner may be crossed either to the right or to the left. Both methods of crossing the stitches are given, as some knitters may find one more convenient, and some the other. If desired, the two methods can be alternated (i.e., the Right Cross being used in above Crochet-Knit Cross Stitch, right cross below Crochet-Knit Cross Stitch, left cross above Crochet-Knit Cross Stitch, right cross below Crochet-Knit Cross Stitch, left cross w 2, the Left...

Trellis Framed Openwork Diamonds

Free Diamond Trellis Knit Pattern

In this lovely pattern the classic Diamonds are opened up' with insertions of Zigzag Trellis. A single panel worked vertically makes zigzag lines of lace which can add much beauty to a garment each side of a cardigan's front bands, for instance for very little expenditure of effort. Row 1 Wrong side and all other wrong-side rows Purl. Row 2 Kl, kl, k2 tog, yo twice, kl, yo, ssk twice, k2 rep from . Row 4 Kl, k2 tog, yo twice, k3, yo, ssk twice, kl rep from . Row 6 K2 tog, yo, k2 tog, yo, k5,...

Two Basic Stitches Stockinette Stitch and Garter Stitch

Plain Stitch Designs For Sweater

Upper band Stockinette Stitch, plain second band Stockinette Stitch, Crossed third band Stockinette Stitch, Twisted lower band Garter Stitch upper band Stockinette Stitch, plain second band Stockinette Stitch, Crossed third band Stockinette Stitch, Twisted lower band Garter Stitch This is the plain sweater stitch. All stitches on the right it are knitted, all stitches on the wrong side purled. When Stc- k-inette Stitch is worked on a circular needle or a set of c -r.e-pointed needles in rounds,...

Cane Stitch or Grand Picot Eyelet

Eyelet Stitch Knitting

Having a 3-row pattern, this fabric looks the same on both sides. Thus it is particularly good for articles both sides of which will be seen, such as scarves and stoics. It has much vertical elasticity, and can take a good deal of stretching when blocked. Row 1 K2, si 1 k2 tog psso, yo twice rep from , end k2 Row 2 K2, pi, kl into the double yo, pi rep from , end k2 Row 3 Knit. Lace knitting is justly called the height of the knitter s art. No education in knitting is complete without it. There...

Woven Diagonal Herringbone

Woven Transverse Herringbone

After you have knitted a swatch of this pattern, see how very attractive its wrong side is. You may want to use it inside-out Note All slip-stitches are slipped with yarn in front. Row 1 Wrong side and all other wrong-side rows Purl. Row 4 Kl, si 3, k3 rep from , end si 3, k2. Row 6 K2, si 3, k3 rep from , end si 3, kl. Row 10 SI 1, k3, si 3 rep from , end k3, si 2. Row 12 SI 2, k3, si 3 rep from , end k3, si 1. To make a zigzag pattern, work Rows 1-12, then Rows 1 and 2 again, then right-side...

Cloverleaf Eyelet Pattern

Cloverleaf Eyelet

This is a pretty, crisp little eyelet that can be substituted for Stockinette Stitch in almost any garment. It is a good allover pattern for fine-yarn sweaters, dresses, etc. Row 1 Wrong side and all other wrong-side rows Purl. Row 2 Knit. Row 4 K2, yo, si 1 k2 tog psso, yo, k5, yo, si 1 k2 tog psso, yo rep from , end k2. Row 6 K3, yo, ssk, k6, yo, ssk rep from , end k2. Row 8 Knit. Row 10 Kl, k5, yo, si 1 k2 tog psso, yo rep from , end k6. Row 12 K7, yo, ssk, k6 rep from .