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Knitting Stitch Patterns

Double Lattice

This pattern stitch is similar to Knit Lattice. However, there are two lattices and they are interwoven differently.

Double Lattice

Multiple of 6 + 4

Row 1 (WS) and all other odd rows: Purl
Row 2: *LT, (RT) twice; rep from *, end LT, RT
Row 4: k1, LT, *RT, (LT) twice; rep from *, end k1
Row 6: (LT) twice, *k2, (LT) twice; rep from *
Row 8: k1, *(LT) twice, RT; rep from *, end LT, k1
Row 10: RT, *LT, (RT) twice; rep from *, end LT
Row 12: k3, *(RT) twice, k2; rep from *, end k1

Rep these 12 rows.

RT=Right Twist
K2tog and leave sts on left needle. Knit the first of these two sts again. Slip both sts from left needle together.

LT=Left Twist
Skip the next st to be knitted and knit into the back loop of the second st. Knit into the back loops of both sts (the st you skipped and and the second st).

See Abbreviations and the Glossary for help.

Knitting Stitch Pattern Index