19 january, 2007
|Inspiration:||While working at my LYS today, I spent some time browsing through Vogue Knitting Stitchionary and found this "Woven Herringbone" stitch pattern. This simple patttern makes a lovely fabric. How would you use it?
|Yarn:||Unknown, but feels like Karabella's Aurora 8.
|Gauge:||22 stitches = 3.75 inches
|Stitch:||Woven Herringbone; multiple of 3 + 1
Currious about the psso? It stands for pass the slipped stitch over. You'll be passing it over the 2 knit or the 2 purl stitches.
|Source:||Vogue Knitting Stitchionary; page 38.|
January 19, 2007 | Permalink
Should Row 2 have a yo in it somewhere, too? As written, it's a decreasing row.
I love the colour of that yarn, it's beautiful!
Posted by: Karen | Jan 20, 2007 4:14:20 AM
Is the fabric too stiff for a scarf? I have a few balls of Aurora 8 just waiting to be a scarf.
Posted by: Dena | Jan 20, 2007 4:34:17 AM
Very pretty -- I think that would make a nice stitch for a men's sweater.
Posted by: Sarah | Jan 20, 2007 8:55:24 AM
Opps, I did forget a yo in Row 2 -- it's been corrected. Thanks Karen!
Posted by: nona | Jan 20, 2007 7:04:32 PM
Love it. I want to make a neckwarmer for my hairdresser in Rio de la Plata in a similar pattern. I am, however, terrible at converting patterns into the round!
Posted by: nicole | Jan 21, 2007 2:40:37 PM
I love this fabric--it looks like it wants to be a handbag (lined, of course). Gorgeous swatch!
Posted by: Hannah | Jan 26, 2007 4:57:54 PM
i'm glad i went through the archives for this stitch. kinda reminds me of "my so called scarf"
Posted by: steeah | Mar 5, 2007 12:56:28 PM
Hi Nona! I have been meaning to email you this photo of a scarf I'm making with this stitch pattern! I originally wanted to wait until I finished it, but then my impatience got the best of me....
I love how it turned out with the variegated yarn. Almost looks like crochet. Or like it was woven. (Definitely not knit, which is cool sometimes.)
Thanks again for these swatches! They are soooooo helpful and inspiring!
Posted by: Vanessa | Mar 23, 2007 1:39:31 PM
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