Diamonds And Lace

Multiple of 10 stitches plus 6 additional stitches


This pattern can be adapted to circular knitting by knitting all the even numbered rows.
Repeat Rows 1 - 14.

Row #SideColorBegin RowRepeatRepeat From *End Row
1R-k3, k2-tog*yo, k1, yo, ssk, k5, k2-tog*yo, k1
3R-k2, k2-tog*yo, k3, yo, ssk, k3, k2-tog*yo, k2
5R-k1, k2-tog*yo, k1, yo, SSKPO, yo, k1, yo, ssk, k1, k2-tog*yo, k1, yo, ssk
7R-k2-tog, yo*k3, yo, k1-b, yo, k3, yo, SSKPO, yo*k3, yo, k1-b
9R-k2, yo*SSKPO, yo, SSKPO, yo, SSKPO, yo, k3, yo*SSKPO, yo, ssk
11R-k3, yo*ssk, k1, k2-tog, yo, k5, yo*ssk, k1
13R-k4, yo*SSKPO, yo, k7, yo*ssk

  Additional Instructions and Notes
SSKPOssk, then place the stitch back on the left-hand needle. Lift the second stitch on the left-hand needle over the ssk loop, then return the ssk loop to the right-hand needle.
K1-bKnit through the back loop to make a twisted stitch.
no stitchThis symbol is a place holder only. It does not indicate a stitch. It is used to maintain order in the chart. This is needed in patterns that do not keep the same number of stitches on every row.


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