Friday, May 24, 2013

Cell Stitch



This has a bit of curl to it, so you may want to consider adding a border

Multiple of 3

Rows 1 and 3 (WS): Purl
Row 2: K2 *K2tog, YO, K1*, end K1
Row 4: K2 *YO, K1, K2tog*, end K1

Repeat these four rows for the pattern

Happy Knitting!


8 comments:

I DON'T WANT TO DO THIS - HAVE NO CHOICE said...

Very nice!

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crazylady86 said...

Love this web site and learning new sts. Also love listening to the birds in the back ground. It is very soothing. Would love to know if they are wild birds or pet birds.
Keep up the great work.
Thanks

Josiah Sytsma said...

This pattern doesn't work. It ends up increasing.

Sapphires-N-Purls said...

Perhaps you're forgetting a decrease?

Josiah Sytsma said...

Thank you! I found a problem in the way I did my yarn over. I had been told be someone to put the yarn over and knit a stitch to do a yarn over, when they're actually two separate steps. I'm pretty new to knitting and usually follow your posts and videos carefully to learn patterns. I tried the pattern 5 or 6 times and got the same result but I understand why now. Thanks for the lovely pattern. It's working beautifully.

Valmal17 said...

How do you fix your mistakes when doing this stitch? I mixed up a row 2 and row 4. I couldn't figure out how to go back so I've just ended up starting over. I've had to start over twice and I don't want to have to do it again. Please help. Thank you!

Sapphires-N-Purls said...

Valmal17, I just work backwards until I reach the mistake, whether in the row I am working on or previous rows, here is a link: https://youtu.be/bT_vimOyg9s Or, you may want to put in a life line on a row that you know is mistake-free, just google "knitting life line" and you should find how to do this.