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Knitting Stitch Patterns

Crossed Throw Stitch

Crossed Throw Stitch
Right Side

Crossed Throw Stitch
Wrong Side

Multiple of 3 + 2

Row 1 (WS): Knit
Row 2: Loosely k1, *insert right needle into next stitch as if to knit, put yarn over needle as you usually would when you knit. Now bring yarn under and up around left needle, then under and up around right needle. Bring that last throw through all the others and through the stitch (one crossed throw made). This makes a long twisted stitch. Repeat from * to last st, loosely k1.
Row 3: K1, *in next 3 sts work p3tog, yo, p3tog - all in the same 3 sts. Here's how to do it: Purl 3 sts together and do not drop st from left needle, then yo and purl the same 3 sts together again, now drop sts from needle). Repeat from * to last st, k1.
Row 4: Knit.

Contributed by Oma Englund

This stitch combination was created by Jill Vosburg for her Drifting Dreams Jacket and used with her permission. You can see the jacket at http://justonemorerow.home.att.net/dreams.htm

See Abbreviations and the Glossary for help.

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