Friday, 11 September 2009

A Stitch a Day (8th to 11th September)

In the chart for these pattern below you see the usual numbers of rows given for the pattern at the bottom. If you look at the pattern second from top you might recognise that it is a vertical enlargement of the pattern at the bottom. It indeed appears when each of the two pairs of rows from the bottom fabric are knitted twice in the same colour.

As there will come up some patterns where pairs of rows are just repeated. I’ve introduced the R, which means: repeat this pair of rows once, using the same colour. This makes smaller charts that are easier to follow. Just understand that the R stands for 4 rows, twice the pair of rows for which stitches are given in the chart.

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