Let’s see if this pattern may not be suitable for a future project. 🙂
What is this knitting pattern suitable for?
I like it very much with pullovers (laugh). Cable patterns of any kind look great Pullovers and cardigans out. at Blankets and pillows I can also imagine this cable pattern very well.
Hit a number of stitches through six divisible is. In my example, I struck 30 stitches.
Repeat rows 1-8 continuously.
1st row: right st.
2nd row: left st.
3rd row: 3 times, * 6 months, from * fld. repeat, the last 3 m re
4th row: left st.
5th row: right st.
6th row: left st.
7th row: * 6 M lvkr, from * fld. to repeat
8th row: left st.
6 Mv : 3 sts on pigtail needle Behind Lay the work, 3 sts, then the 3 sts from the braid needle
6 M lvkr : 3 sts on pigtail needle in front Lay the work, 3 sts, then the 3 sts from the braid needle
Which project could you like for this knitting pattern?
Happy Nadelgeklapper and a nice week!
Addendum: How do I knit the braid in rounds?
In the comments often came the question how the braid is knitted in rounds. Now I’ve finally tried it myself and can show you the following. Contrary to all assumptions, the remains Number of stitches equal and should be divisible by 6.
Basically, in rounds always knit right, i. the even rows are not left but knitted on the right. That’s not hard.
In order for the braid to become a braid, it is shifted, so in the 3rd row / round the first 3 sts are knitted on the right and only then are the braids following.
If you knit in rounds as well as the above instructions (except the even rows / rounds of course) you get the following picture. The braid is not completely closed , Over the arrow it is knitted differently. That’s when you realize the difference.
The closed braid can be achieved by knitting the 3rd and 4th rounds as follows:
3rd round: 3 times, * 6 months, from * fld. repeat, put the last 3 sts on a pigtail needle and behind the work
Since you now and then shift the beginning of the lap a little bit, you will have to take a little care from the second repetition. If the 3rd or 7th round is knitted, watch out , that for the crossing in the 3rd row the fabric is a little raised, then it fits and you put the 3 stitches on a pigtail needle behind the work, before you knit as usual 3 stitches right. Look at the next two pictures.
In the 7th round The stitches should be slightly offset to the rear. Then it’s right. If you have the raised point at the beginning of your round, then knit 3 stitches on the right and then start with the Zopfung. Then at the end of the round 3 sts remain, then take them on the pigtail needle and knit over the round, as described above for the 3rd and 4th round.
This sounds very difficult now, but try it once and then it results in knitting.