Diamond eyelet mesh stitch
Diamond eyelet mesh stitch, a stunning openwork mesh stitch, yet simple and easy-to-make knitting stitch. This symmetrical lace stitch pattern creates neat and beautiful eyelets that slide across each other in an overall lovely look! The main element of eyelets is yarn over. An excellent idea for a spring cardigan, pullover, scarf and much more!
Pick up the yarn carefully. It must be of good quality and smooth. Then the pattern is well seen and looks most effectively.
Skill Level: 2/4
Diamond eyelet mesh stitch – you’ll need multiple of 4 + 2 edge stitches.
Repeat the pattern until desired width is reached.
Work the right side following the diagram. Purl all wrong side rows.
Row 1 and 5: edge st, knit across, edge st
Row 2 (and every even row): purl across
Row 3: edge st, * k2tog, yo2, (sl 1 kwise, k next st, psso), * repeat from * to *, ed st
Row 7: edge st, * yo, (sl 1 kwise, k next st, psso), k2tog, yo * repeat from * to *, edge st
Repeat rows 1 to 8
Tags: eyelet stitches, lace stitches, mesh stitches