Eyelet tree stitch

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The intricate eyelet tree stitch design would look great on top of contrasting cami during a casual night walk on the beach. It is perfect as an edging pattern for knit garment with predominating Stockinette stitch. Combination of decreases and yarn-over increases creates the wavy edging. To knit eyelet tree stitch you have to learn basic lace forming techniques.

Skill level: 2/4 skill-2

Diagram:
For eyelet tree stitch you’ll need multiple of 11 stitches.
Repeat the pattern between the arrows until desired width is reached.
Work the right side following the diagram. Purl all the stitches on the wrong side.

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Written instructions:
Row 1: edge st, * k1, yo, k1, (sl1 kwise, k next st, psso), k2tog, k1, yo, k3, p1 * Repeat between *s to last stitch, edge st
Row 2: and all even rows: Purl all the stitches
Row 3: edge st, * k2, yo, k1, (sl1 kwise, k next st, psso), k2tog, k1, yo, k2, p1 *. Repeat between *s to last stitch, edge st
Row 5: edge st, * k3, yo, k1, (sl1 kwise, k next st, psso), k2tog, k1, yo, k1, p1 * Repeat between *s to last stitch, edge st
Row 7: edge st, * k2, yo, k1, (sl1 kwise, k next st, psso), k2tog, k1, yo, k2, p1 *. Repeat between *s to last stitch, edge st
Row 9: edge st, * k2tog, k3, yo, k5, yo, k3, (sl1 kwise, k next st, psso) *. Repeat between *s to last stitch, edge st
Repeat rows 1 through 8 to continue the pattern

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1 Comment

  1. Ré Harris

    2-May-2014 at 4:15 pm

    Had to tell you how much I like your site. So many of the stitches are just what I’ve been looking for. I did have a lot of trouble acsessing them on my iPod touch, so I eventually had to go to my desktop computer for stitch instructions. The top photos on pages are so elongated that my handheld device appeared to get stuck on them and wouldn’t scroll down. On my desktop, those photos just look odd.

    I wanted to let you know my experience here in case you didn’t know. Still, I really love your idea for the site. I’ll definitely be back often to check for new posts. 🙂

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