Little Herringbone

Little Herringbone

This pattern makes a thick, dense fabric calculated to kee; the wearer warm. It is well suited to heavy jackets, coats, anc afghans. Check gauge, and be sure to cast on enough stitches for proper width. In small areas it is good for borders, such as neckbands and cuffs.

Odd number of sts.

Row 1 (Wrong side)—* P2 tog and leave sts on needle; p first st again, drop both sts together from left-hand needle; rep from *, end pi.

Row 2—* SI 1 wyib, kl, then with left-hand needle raise up sl-st slightly, pull right-hand needle through raised st like a psso but do not drop raised st from left-hand needle; knit in back loop of raised st and drop from needle; rep from *, end kl.

Repeat Rows 1 and 2.

tipper band: Twisted Slip-Stitch second band: Twisted Slip-Stitch in Two Colors third band: Variation Twisted Slip-Stitch lower band: Variation Twisted Slip-Stitch in Two Colors tipper band: Twisted Slip-Stitch second band: Twisted Slip-Stitch in Two Colors third band: Variation Twisted Slip-Stitch lower band: Variation Twisted Slip-Stitch in Two Colors

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