This topic contains 21 replies, has 4 voices, and was last updated by agen bola 1 week ago.
LOVE this look! Thanks for the pattern!
Love this! You made an excellent, easy to follow tutorial. I am definitely going to try this! Thanks so much.
nice pattern !! but i,m dutch !! can je translate the pattern ? in dutch ??
Hi. Any thoughts on how to convert this to knit in the round?
Wonderful pattern! Cannot wait to try it! Thanks so much for sharing.
When i knitted this up it came up like a rick rack rib pattern, so this but ribbed. I’m not sure what i’m doing wrong… Cn anyone help? But this pattern is the same as the pattern used for rick rack rib. Any suggestions?
That is probably because you are using even stitches. Always remember there is one extra stitch on the knit side. That pulls the pattern into a basket look. If it is even, you get a Rick rack rib pattern!
It might be like herringbone stitch where your second round you knit through the front loops instead of the back loops, which you did in the first round.
I still don’t get it, can you put up a film???
Want to make a throw out of this pattern… any suggestions on what kind of wool to use? I love what you used here but it looks like cotton and we decided that cotton doesn’t stay well. What do you think?
This swatch is made from cotton (jus
This is such a beautiful stitch!! <3
If I made a scarf…would it be very heavy? Just wondering if it would be too bulky?
Any chance you have this pattern converted for knitting in the round?
I would like to use this pattern to make a hat in the round. I tried to convert the pattern but am missing something. Does anyone know how to get this to work in the round?
Shelly wrote: Always remember there is one extra stitch on the knit side.
I am a beginner, so this may be too advanced for me, but on row 2 or 3 I suddenly notice that I have even # of stitches. I loose a stitch (or so I think). I’ve tried it a few times from cast on, and it keeps happening.
I noticed that Shelly mentioned above that there is an extra stitch on the knit side, does that mean that there is an even number on the purl side? Can anyone suggest what I am doing wrong?
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That is probably because you are using even stitches. Always remember there is one extra stitch on the knit side. That pulls the pattern into a basket look. If it is even, you get a Rick rack rib pattern! – agen judi bola
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