Planning on doing the DNA Twist above the elbow of one sleeve, and the Crown above the wrist of the other sleeve.
I think it would be cool to do it in two colors.
The charts have been optimized for printing out. They come out nicely clear on an 8 * 10 piece of paper. Prints out full size. Easy on the eyes.
I find the different cables confusing, so I’m going to highlight them in different colors. If that turns out to be helpful, I will upload my highlighted charts here as well.
This technique is easy, fast, and looks great.
It doesn’t seem super stretchy to me at all.
It has a decorative look with very little extra effort.
I used it on the button band of my Baby Sophisticate sweater.
With RS of sweater facing you, start at bottom left.
PU stitches every 2 out of 3 rows.
Mark off the stitches at the neck corners with a safety pin. Purl those stitches. Every other row, M! on either side of the purled stitch.
After three ridges of garter stitch (6 rows), add a one row buttonhole:
Add another 3 rows of garter st. Cast off in purl.
Shawl collar with short rows:
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Leaf Stitch (Circular Knitting Conversion):
R2: yo, k1, yo
R4: k1, yo, k1, yo, k1
R6: k2, yo, k1, yo, k2
R8: k3, yo, k1, yo, k3
R10: ssk, k5, k2tog
R12: ssk, k3, k2tog
R14: ssk, k1, k2tog
R16: sl 1 st knitwise with yarn in back, k2tog, psso
All of the above count as 1 st. Mark it off with st markers. All odd rows are knit all. This pattern is great for when you need a subtle decorative increase, like waist shaping, or at the back shoulders, or the flares of a skirt.
Vine Stitch (Circular Knitting conversion):
Set up row: k and p in the same st
R3: knit second st on left needle then knit first stitch and THEN drop those two st off the left needle