Mock Rib Stitch

Mock Rib
(over an odd number of sts)

Note: the instructions below are a generic
description of how to execute this stitch
pattern. For a single repeat, you'd only
need three stitches but you'd have a
VERY narrow piece! In the example
shown, there are fifteen repeats of the
stitch, so to make a swatch that looks like
the one shown, you need to cast on 45
stitches (15 x the multiple of 3 stitches
needed for a single repeat of the pattern.)

Row 1 (RS) K1, *p1, k1; rep from * to end.
Row 2 Purl.

Rep rows 1 and 2.
Seed Stitch

Note: the instructions below are a
generic description of how to execute
this stitch pattern. For a single repeat,
you'd only need three stitches but you'd
have a VERY narrow piece! In the
example shown, there are eighteen
repeats of the stitch, so to make a
swatch that looks like the one shown,
you need to cast on 37 stitches (18 x the
multiple of 2 stitches needed for a single
repeat of the pattern plus one extra
stitch.)

Row 1 (RS) K1, *p1, k1; rep from * to
end.

Rep row 1.
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Loose Ends
Pretty ribbed scarf
drapey pancho blue
dramatic pancho
Vertical striped Pancho
Gulls And Garter
(multiple of 8 sts plus 1)

Note: the instructions below are a generic
description of how to execute this stitch
pattern. For a single repeat, you'd only need
nine stitches (8 + 1) but you'd have a VERY
narrow piece! In the example shown, there
are four repeats of the stitch, so to make a
swatch that looks like the one shown, you
need to cast on 33 stitches (4 x the multiple
of 8 plus 1 extra stitch.)

Rows 1 and 3 (WS) K2, *p5, k3; rep from *,
end last rep k2.
Row 2 K2, *wyif sl 5 sts purlwise, k3; rep from
*, end last rep k2.
Row 4 K4, *insert RH needle under strand 2
rows below, k next st on LH needle, drawing
loop through st on needle and under strand
in one motion, k7; rep from *, end last rep k4.

Rep rows 1-4.
Mesh Pattern 1
(worked over an even number of sts)


Note: the instructions below are a generic
description of how to execute this stitch
pattern. For a single repeat, you'd only
need two stitches but you'd have a VERY
narrow piece! In the example shown, there
are fourteen repeats of the stitch, so to
make a swatch that looks like the one
shown, you need to cast on 28 stitches (14
x the multiple of 2 stitches needed for a
single repeat of the pattern.)

Row 1 (RS) *Yo, k2tog; rep from * to end.
Rows 2 and 4 Purl.
Row 3 *SKP, yo; rep from * to end.

Rep rows 1-4.
Arrowhead Lace
(multiple of 10 sts plus 1)

Note: this is a generic pattern for creating this
stitch pattern. For a single repeat, it would be
10 stitches plus an additional stitch. In the
example shown, there are three repeats of the
stitch, so to make the same, you need to cast
on 31 stitches (3 x the 10 multiple plus the 1
extra stitch.)

Row 1 (WS) Purl.
Row 2 K1, *[yo, ssk twice], k1, [k2tog, yo] twice,
k1; rep from * to end.
Row 3 Purl.
Row 4 K2, *yo, ssk, yo, sl 2 knitwise-k1-p2sso,
yo, k2tog, yo, k3; rep from *, end last rep k2.

Rep rows 1-4.
Sugar Cubes
(multiple of 8 sts plus 1)

Note: the instructions below are a generic
description of how to execute this stitch
pattern. For a single repeat, you'd only
need nine stitches but you'd have a VERY
narrow piece! In the example shown, there
are four repeats of the stitch, so to make a
swatch that looks like the one shown, you
need to cast on 33 stitches (4 x the multiple
of 8 stitches needed for a single repeat of
the pattern plus an extra stitch.)

Row 1 (RS) Knit
Row 2: *p6, k2; rep from *, end p1
Row 3: K the knit sts and p the purl sts
Row 4: Purl
Row 5: Knit
Row 6: p2, *k2, p6; rep from *, end k2, p5
Row 7: K the knit sts and p the purl sts
Row 8: Purl


Rep rows 1-8.
Note: the instructions below are a generic
description of how to execute this stitch
pattern. For a single repeat, you'd only need
eighteen stitches but you'd have a VERY
narrow piece! In the example shown, there are
two repeats of the stitch, so to make a swatch
that looks like the one shown, you need to
cast on 36 stitches (2 x the multiple of 18
stitches needed for a single repeat of the
pattern.)

Ripple Pattern
(multiple of 18 sts)

Row 1 (RS) *[K2tog] 3 times, [k1, yo] 6 times,
[k2tog] 3 times; rep from * to end.
Rows 2 and 3 Knit.
Row 4 Purl.

Rep rows 1-4.
Very Easy Ripple Shawl
Moss Stitch
(multiple of 4 sts)


Note: the instructions below are a generic
description of how to execute this stitch
pattern. For a single repeat, you'd only
need four stitches but you'd have a VERY
narrow piece! In the example shown, there
are eight repeats of the stitch, so to make
a swatch that looks like the one shown,
you need to cast on 32 stitches (8 x the
multiple of 4 stitches needed for a single
repeat of the pattern.)

Rows 1 (RS) *K2, p2; rep from * to end.
Rows 2 and 3 *P2, k2; rep from * to end.
Row 4 *K2, p2; rep from * to end.

Rep rows 1-4.
Instructions for Moss Stitch Afghan
Simple Basketweave
(multiple of 8 sts)


Note: the instructions below are a generic
description of how to execute this stitch
pattern. For a single repeat, you'd only need
eight stitches but you'd have a VERY narrow
piece! In the example shown, there are four
repeats of the stitch, so to make a swatch that
looks like the one shown, you need to cast on
32 stitches (4 x the multiple of 8 stitches
needed for a single repeat of the pattern.)

Row 1 (RS) Knit.
Rows 2-6 *K4, p4; rep from * to end.
Row 7 Knit.
Rows 8-12 *P4, k4; rep from * to end.

Rep rows 1-12.
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MATERIALS QUANTITY

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•  760-186 Lion Cotton

Note: (A)
•  760-123 Lion Cotton


Note: (B)
• Lion Brand Knitting Needles- Size 6 [4.00 mm]

Bauhaus Washcloth
Lion Brand® Lion Cotton
GAUGE:

19 stitches + 24 rows = 4 in. [10 cm] in
Washcloth pattern. BE SURE TO CHECK
YOUR GAUGE.

WASHCLOTH
With A, cast on 48 sts.
Row 1: *K 4, p 4, rep from * across.
Row 2: K the knits, p the purls.
Row 3-6: Rep Rows 1-2.
At end of Row 6, change to B.
Row 7-10: With B, rep Rows 1-2.
At end of Row 10, change to A.
Repeat Rows 1-10 (8 times), then Rows 1-6
once more.
Bind off.

FINISHING
Weave in ends.
SIZE: Small, Medium, Large
22" wide x 68" long (56 x 172.5 cm)
Note: Pattern is written for smallest size with
changes for larger sizes in parentheses.
When only one number is given, it applies to
all sizes. To follow pattern more easily, circle
all numbers pertaining to your size before
beginning.

CORRECTIONS: None

Magic Chevrons
Lion Brand® Homespun®
GAUGE:

8 stitches = 4" (10 cm); Rows 1–3 = 21⁄2" (6.5
cm). BE SURE TO CHECK YOUR GAUGE.
STITCH EXPLANATION:

Single crochet 2 together (single crochet
decrease) Insert hook into stitch and draw up
a loop. Insert hook into next stitch and draw up
a loop. Yarn over, draw through all 3 loops on
hook.
Shell [3 double crochet, chain 2, 3 double
crochet] in same stitch.


NOTES:

Wrap is made of 2 halves worked off a center
foundation chain.

First half
Chain 42.

Row 1 (Wrong Side) Single crochet in 2nd
chain from hook and in each chain across.
Turn—41 single crochet.

Row 2 Chain 1, single crochet in first single
crochet, *chain 1, skip next single crochet, half
double crochet in next single crochet, chain 1,
skip next single crochet, [double crochet,
chain 2, double crochet] in next single crochet,
chain 1, skip next single crochet, half double
crochet in next single crochet, chain 1, skip
next single crochet, single crochet in next
single crochet; repeat from * across. Turn—5
chain 2-spaces.

Row 3 Chain 1, single crochet 2 together in
first 2 stitches, chain 1, single crochet in next
chain 1-space, chain 1, [single crochet, chain
2, single crochet] in next chain 2-space, *
[chain 1, single crochet] in each of next 2
chain 1-spaces, [single crochet, chain 1] in
each of next 2 chain 1-spaces, [single crochet,
chain 2, single crochet] in next chain 2-space;
repeat from * across to last 5 stitches, chain 1,
single crochet in next chain 1-space, chain 1,
single crochet 2 together in last 2 stitches.
Turn—5 chain 2-spaces.

Row 4 Chain 1, single crochet 2 together in
first 2 stitches, chain 1, half double crochet in
next chain 1-space, chain 1, [double crochet,
chain 2, double crochet] in next chain 2-
space, *chain 1, half double crochet in next
chain 1-space, chain 1, single crochet in each
of next 2 chain 1-spaces, chain 1, half double
crochet in next chain 1-space, chain 1,
[double crochet, chain 2, double crochet] in
next chain 2-space; repeat from * across to
last 5 stitches, chain 1, half double crochet in
next chain 1-space, chain 1, single crochet 2
together in last 2 stitches. Turn—5 chain 2-
spaces.

Rows 5–56 Repeat Rows 3–4.

Fasten off.

Second half
Row 1 With wrong side facing, working across
opposite side of foundation chain, join yarn in
first chain. Chain 1, single crochet in each
chain across. Turn—41 single crochet.
Rows 2–56 Repeat Rows 2–56 of First Half.
Do not fasten off.

Border
Round 1 (Right Side) Working across long
edge of wrap, chain 1, *work 1 single crochet
in each of next 56 row-end stitches, single
crochet in foundation chain, single crochet in
each of next 56 row-end stitches to next
corner, chain 2, work in established pattern of
Row 3 of First Half across short edge of wrap,
chain 2; repeat from * around.

Join with slip stitch in first single crochet.

Round 2 Chain 1, **single crochet in first
single crochet, *chain 1, skip next 2 single
crochet, shell in next single crochet, chain 1,
skip next 2 single crochet, single crochet in
next single crochet *; repeat from * to * 9 more
times, chain 1, skip next single crochet, shell
in next single crochet, chain 1 skip next single
crochet, single crochet in next single crochet;
repeat from * to * 9 times, [single crochet,
chain 2, single crochet] in corner chain 2-
space, work in established pattern of Row 4 of
First Half across short edge of wrap, [single
crochet, chain 2, single crochet] in corner
chain 2-space; repeat from ** around; join with
slip stitch in first single crochet.

Round 3 Slip stitch in first chain 1-space,
chain 1, **[single crochet in chain 1-space,
chain 1, skip next double crochet, single
crochet in next double crochet, chain 1,
(single crochet, chain 2, single crochet) in next
chain 2-space, chain 1, skip next double
crochet, single crochet in next double crochet,
chain 1, single crochet in next chain 1-space,
chain 2] across to next corner chain 2-space,
[single crochet, chain 2, single crochet] in
each chain 1-space and each chain 2-space
across short edge of wrap, ending in corner
chain 2-space, chain 2; repeat from ** around.
Join with slip stitch in first single crochet.

Finishing
Fasten off. Weave in ends.
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