Monday, January 29, 2018

Diamond Dimensions Neck Warmer

A Free Knitting Pattern


The great thing about creativity is that it grows and expands as you learn and exercise it more. Last year when I learned how to make the Left and Right Twist stitch I never realized I would continue to come up with more and more designs that use the stitches. I've been told the best way to grow a business is to build off of what you already know and have done. I don't know if I will ever come to the end of my ideas, but I will just keep putting them out there until there are no more.

The Diamond Dimensions Neck Warmer Uses the Right Twist Stitch, the Left Twist st, Knit st, and Purl Stitch. There are no tricky yarn overs so these patterns make good t.v. watching projects. Once the pattern  establishes itself its easy to follow along and see what needs to happen next. If you purchase the PDF pattern there is a chart that is included with the written instructions.

Where can I get this Pattern?

This is a free knitting pattern found right here on Designs by Diligence. Just keep scrolling down to read the pattern. If you would like to purchase an ads free, printer friendly PDF you can through my Ravelry Pattern Store for $3.00.
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Like I said earlier with the paid pattern you will also receive the written instructions, the pictures and a chart for the pattern. 




Designer Julia Schwartz 
Yarn: Loops and Threads: Impeccable Acrylic, 277 yrds/ 4.5 oz 253m/ 127.5g color: clear Blue
Needle: 4.5mm/ 7
Notions: Yarn Needle to weave in your ends
Size: 9 by 30 inches
Gauge: Each pattern repeat is 10 inches. 16 k and 24 rows is 4 inches
Special Stitches: 

  • Right Twist (RT): Knit 2 together keeping both stitches on the left needle, knit into the first stitch, then pull both stitches onto the right needle, stitch complete.
  • Left Twist (LT): Knit through the back loop of the 2nd st, keep the stitch on the left needle, knit in the first stitch, then pull both stitches onto the right needle, stitch complete.

Notes:

  • The k 6 at the front and back of each row is the garter stitch boarder on either side of the repeating pattern. Sometimes you might see K6, K1, this is to differentiate between the border and the repeating pattern.  
  • Please remember that the pattern is written only for the even rows, don't forget to make the wrong side also. 

Copyright:
Julia Schwartz. Do not reproduce, copy, distribute, or sell this pattern without permission of the designer. This pattern must not be translated, reproduced, or circulated in another language without prior consent. If you have questions about this pattern please contact Julia.diligence@gmail.com.


 Pattern:

Cast on 38 st, using a long tail cast on. 

Row 1: (ws) K6, P26, K6 This row will be repeated on every odd numbered row.

Row 2: K6, K2, RT5, K2, LT5, K2, K6
Row 4: K6, K, RT5, K4, LT5, K, K6
Row 6: K6, RT5, K6, LT5, K6
Row 8: K6, K1, RT4, K2, RT1, LT1, K2, LT4, K1, K6
Row 10: K6, RT4, K2, RT1, K2, LT1, K2, LT4, K6
Row 12: K6, K1, RT3, K2, RT2, LT2, K2, LT3, K1, K6
Row 14: K6, RT3, K2, RT2, K2, LT2, K2, LT3, K6
Row 16: K6, K1, RT2, K2, RT3, LT3, K2, LT2, K1, K6
Row 18: K6, RT2, K2, RT3, K2, LT3, K2, LT2, K6
Row 20: K6, K1, RT1, K2, RT4, LT4, K2, LT1, K1, K6
Row 22: K6, RT1, K2, RT4, K2, LT4, K2, LT1, K6
Row 24: K6, K3, RT5, LT5, K3, K6
Row 26: K6, K2, RT5, K2, LT5, K2, K6
Row 28: K6, K1, RT5, K4, LT5, K1, K6
Row 30: K6, K1, LT5, K4, RT5, K1, K6
Row 32: K6, K2, LT5, K2, RT5, K2, K6
Row 34: K6, K3, LT5, RT5, K3, K6
Row 36: K6, LT1, K2, LT4, K2, RT4, K2, RT1, K6
Row 38: K6, K1, LT1, K2, LT4, RT4, K2, RT1, K1, K6
Row 40: K6, LT2, K2, LT3, K2, RT3, K2, RT2, K6
Row 42: K6, K1, LT2, K2, LT3, RT3, K2, RT2, K1, K6
Row 44: K6, LT3, K2, LT2, K2, RT2, K2, RT3, K6
Row 46: K6, K1, LT3, K2, LT2, RT2, K2, RT3, K1, K6
Row 48: K6, LT4, K2, LT1, K2, RT1, K2, RT4, K6
Row 50: K6, K1, LT4, K2, LT1, RT1, K2, RT4, K1, K6
Row 52: K6, LT5, K6, RT5, K6
Row 54: K6, K1, LT5, K4, RT5, K1, K6
Row 56: K6, K2, LT5, K2, RT5, K2, K6

Row 57: Repeat row 1
Repeat Rows 2- 57 two more times
Bind off.

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