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Old 01-10-2014, 01:23 PM   #1
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What is this stitch?
Hi all, I stumbled upon this stitch that I really like, but I can't seem to find the name of it nor how to make it! If anyone knows what the name is, please let me know! Thanks :D



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Old 01-10-2014, 02:27 PM   #2
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After looking through all my stitch patterns the closest I found to this is the 'Allover Cross Stitch'. It's not exactly the same, but the difference may just be the different weights of yarn used. Here's the pattern;

Cast on a multiple of 4 st plus 3.
Row 1: Purl
Row 2: Knit 2. In the row below, knit into the next stich. Then slip that stitch onto the right hand needle. Knit 2tog. Pass slip stitch over. Repeat the following procedure. *In the row below, knit into the next stitch. Knit that stitch. Knit again into the row below to the left of the stitch. Notice that 1 stitch has produces 3. Slip 1. Knit 2tog. Pass slipped stitch over.* At last 2 stitches on row, knit into the next stitch in the row below. Then knit the stitch itself, Finish by knitting 1.
Row 3: Purl
Row 4: Knit 1. Knit 2tog. Repeat the following procedure. *Knit the next stitches 3 times by knitting into the next stitch in the row below, knitting the stitch itself, and knitting again into the row below to the left of the stitch. Then slip 1. Knit 2tog. Pass slipped stitch over.* At the last 4 stitches, knit into the next stitch 3 times, by knitting into the row below, then the stitch itself, and then knitting again into the row below, as in row 2. Slip 1. Knit 1. Pass slipped stitch over. Knit 1.
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Some sort of a diagonally traveling, twisted stitch.
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