Knitting pattern: How do I knit a pear pattern?

This popular and versatile Knitting pattern, the pear pattern is easy to knit. I like to use it, last as a borderline for mine Laceschal , At my Double Face project I also knitted the handles of the shoulder bag and the children’s bag with the pear pattern. This resulted in firmer and non-rolling handles.

The beads are created because the right and left stitches are knit staggered. So you should master the knitting of right and left stitches, nothing more. Cast on and bind off except for stitches. 🙂

There are two Types of pearl pattern : The so-called small or simple and a big pear pattern. If only the pear pattern is mentioned, the small pear pattern is meant. There are more types of pearl patterns, but these are probably the best known.

Knitting pattern: How do I knit a pear pattern? pattern knitting
Knitting big and small pear pattern

Because the Knitting instructions depending on the stitched number of stitches but varies a little, there are two knitting instructions for you. Repeat the stitches until the end of the row and the rows themselves continuously until the desired length is reached.

Knitting instructions of the (small) pearl pattern:

Knitting pattern: How do I knit a pear pattern? pattern knitting
Small pear pattern, even-numbered stop

Odd number of stitches
1st row: 1 st, 1 ml, 1 st

Straight number of stitches
1st row: 1 round, 1 M left
2nd row: 1 round, 1 round

Knitting instructions for the big pearl pattern:

Knitting pattern: How do I knit a pear pattern? pattern knitting
Large pear pattern, odd number stitch

Odd number of stitches

1st row: 1 st, 1 ml, 1 st
2nd row: 1 ml, 1 st, 1 ml li
3rd row: 1 ml, 1 st, 1 ml li
4th row: 1 st, 1 ml, 1 st

Straight number of stitches
1st row: 1 round, 1 M left
2nd row: 1 round, 1 M left
3rd row: 1 round, 1 round
4th row: 1 round, 1 round

Advantages of the pearl pattern:

The pear pattern is easy to knit and also suitable for beginners. To knit the pattern are only right and left stitches necessary. It is versatile suitable and sees noble out. It will be happy Caps, scarves, jumpers and much more. It is also interesting for some, that it does not roll, is thus especially for borders suitable.

The small pear pattern results in a fairly firm knit with a uniform edge. With the big pear pattern, the knit is not quite as stiff, but it has an uneven edge. If you want to knit this, maybe you should edge stitch insert.

So this is my first contribution to my new one Knitting pattern library , I would like to use it as a reference source for my own projects.

Maybe the knitting pattern library will help you too?

I would be glad to see you next time!

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Knitting pattern: How do I knit a pear pattern? pattern knitting

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