This week is my favorite Binary Stitches© pattern by far. The reversibility of all the Binary Stitches© makes this a very interesting journey. Many times, I’ve wanted to knit a particular stitch pattern to find out the “wrong side” is just that. Recently, a fellow knitter shared with me her experience knitting a shawl with slip stitches that didn’t look so great on the wrong side. So here is #4…
Here’s a current project using this week’s featured stitch. The particular yarn I am using, Plymouth Yarn, Arequipa worsted 90% Superwash Merino and 10% Mulberry Silk highlights the stitch definition beautifully.
I’m not quite sure where I’m going with this…buttons, vintage trim or maybe even a zipper.
Binary Stitches #4©
Row 1: *P2, K1, P2, K1, P2, *repeat across row.
Row 2: All even rounds, knit stitches as they present themselves.
Row 3: *K2, P4, K2
Row 5: *P1, K1, P1, K2, P1, K1, P1, *repeat across row.
Row 7: *K3, P2, K3, *repeat across row.
Row 9: *P3, K2, P3, *repeat across row.
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