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Old 07-16-2007, 11:07 AM   #1
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Brioche Honeycomb Stitch Help!!!
Hello all!

This is my first post to this forum, but I have been using this website to help teach me. I went to the local library a week or so ago, and I got a book on knitting stitches that looks like it was originally a magazine and was printed in France.

The stitch I'm trying to learn is the "Brioche Honeycombe Stitch", but I'm having a bit of trouble understanding some of the directions... Here is what the book says:

Multiple of 2
Row 1: K.
Row 2: K.
Row 3 (Right side of work): *K1, K1 B* Repeat from *
Row 4: *With the right-hand needle k the sl thread of previous row with the st above it, K1*
Row 5: *K1 B, K1*
Row 6: *K1, k the next st with thread as row 4*
Rep rows 3 - 6 inclusive.

So, my trouble lies in rows 4 and 6.... I was able to watch the video on "K1 B" on this website, but I'm really having trouble understanding what row 4 and 6 are asking... I found this pattern on another site as well,, but it pretty much says the same thing, and I'm not finding better instructions anywhere else....

Can someone please help me by explaining this pattern or directing me to better instructions / video perhaps???

Thank you so much!!!!
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