Originally Posted by letah75
I have a very simple pattern that I like a lot it's easy to do, and you can always tell where you are, it has to be done over an odd number of stitches:
Row 1: Knit
Row 2: *k1, s1 (knitwise)* repeat to end
Row 3: Knit
Row 4: *s1, k1* repeat to end
This creates a airy kind of pattern, it is simple and when people get it they think it took a lot of work.
It would depend on how bulky the yarn is as to what size needles you want.
Thank you so much! This pattern looks great, but before I start I think I am going to try and post pictures later tonight or tomorrow morning of the yarn, since it's suppose to self stripe like a tiger I wonder if it will with this pattern? Either way this is SO a keeper!
I was looking around through my yarn last night and pulled out some pink and my youngest daughter just fell in love so I decided until I knew for sure what I'm doing with the other for the afghan I would try a beginning sweater and now I of course have questions about that, so I'm off to post a new thread.
Thank you again for all your help and such a wonderful pattern, I will see if I can post pictures later to maybe see if you think your pattern would work?
April in SC