Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Woven Ties Cable

 WOVEN CABLE KNIT STITCH PATTERN

This pattern measures 6 inches wide by 9 inches high. This is not a complicated pattern even
though it may look like one. You’re only using the cable needle twice in every repeat of
rows 1-12.

CO: 30 stitches
Yarn: Caron 1 pound Blue
Rows: 52

MATERIALS NEEDED:
-US size 10.5 needle
-35 to 40 yards of worsted weight yarn
-Cable needle of your choice

GAUGE, in Stockinette Stitch:
5 stitches per 1 inch
5 ¾ rows per 1 inch

ABBREVIATIONS:
C8B= Slip 4 stitches and hold in back, K4 then K4 from cable needle
C8F= Slip 4 stitches and hold in front, K4 then K4 from cable needle
Moss Stitch=On Right Side rows..(K1 P1) repeat across row.

On Wrong Side rows..Knit the purls and purl the knits

PATTERN:
Rows 1: K3, P4, K16, P4, K3

Rows 2, 4,6 ,8 ,10 ,12: K7, P16, K7

Row 3: K3, P4, K16, P4, K3

Row 5: K3, P4, C8B, C8B, P4, K3

Row 7: K3, P4, K16, P4, K3

Row 9: K3, P4, K16, P4, K3

Row 11: K3, P4, K4, C8F, K4, P4, K3

C8B= Slip 4 stitches and hold in back, K4 then K4 from cable needle

C8F= Slip 4 stitches and hold in front, K4 then K4 from cable needle

1-12 x 4
then 1-4


Chain 30




5 comments:

dori said...

Love this! Definitely going to use it, in a bella-style mitten pattern, I think. Great post!

Dori
www.renewedyarns.etsy.com

Chandrayee said...

i have been looking for my Intrigued! Set of Cable patterns - just love your blog & appreciate it so much. Thanks !♥!

Alve Ocampo said...

This patter is so easy to follow but I think I did something wrongs the 1st 12 rows is not aligned to the next 12 rows.

Alve Ocampo said...

I think I did something wrong. The 1st 12 rows are not aligned to the next 12 rows.

Heather Gibbs said...

Alve, what I do is look at each "section" to see what stitch was missed or done wrong. Start at the beginning of the row....was the first 3 moss stitches done correctly? Then look at the next 4 stitches which are either Knit or Purl (depending on which row you're on). If those were done correctly look at the cable sections. Continue that way across the row. Hopefully you've found which stitch was done incorrectly. Let me know if you have any other questions.