Interlocking Lattice

In this fascinating pattern the sides of the lattice diamonds are twisted around one another. (See Basic Lattice).

Multiple of 6 sts plus 2.

Notes: For Back Cross, Front Cross, Back Knit Cross and Front Knit Cross, see Notes to Basic Lattice.

Row 1 (Wrong side)—Kl, pi, * k4, p2; rep from *, end k4, pi, kl.

Row 3 and all other wrong-side rows—Knit all knit sts and purl all purl sts. Row 4—P2, * FC, BC, p2; rep from *. Row 6—P3, * BKC, p4; rep from *, end last rep p3. Row 8—P2, * BC, FC, p2; rep from *. Row 10—P2, * FC, BC, p2; rep from *. Row 12—As Row 6. Row 14—P2, * BC, FC, p2; rep from *. Row 16—PI, * BC, p2, FC; rep from *, end pi. Row 18—BC, p4, * FKC, p4; rep from *, end FC. Row 20—Kl, p4, * BC, FC, p2; rep from *, end p2, kl. Row 22—Kl, p4, * FC, BC, p2; rep from *, end p2, kl. Row 24—FC, p4, * FKC, p4; rep from *, end BC.

Repeat Rows 1-24.

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