Wednesday, September 07, 2005

Belt pattern

Here is my unofficially written totally made up pattern, based on a rosette looking stitch I made up long ago and used on tons of afghans.

I used a 3.25mm hook(D) and the Sugar 'n Cream-maybe 1/4 of a skein?

Chain 4.

(*DC, Ch 3, SC) in 2nd chain from hook, skipping next chain repeat * in original chain.
hopefully i am writing this in a nonconfusing manner. Chain 3 and turn.

For next row, and all rows after until desired length:

(*DC, Ch 3, SC) in sc of last stitch in row before, repeat, chain 3 and turn.

That's it. I really hope you can understand the instructions, if not make up your own like I did.

I haven't been working on as much the last few days, having another flare. Tonight I did a couple rows on the second panel-more of a triangle actually-and I had done a bit waiting in the school pick up line. Turns out I skipped a stitch about 3 rows back. Wheeeeee. Frog, frog, frog and I've made up one row so far. Thankfully this is a really easy pattern that works up quickly. Not at all like when my needle slips out of my knitting and my heart stops and I go into a mad panic to get it back on before any of the stitches disappear.

1 comment:

Jewels said...

:) Thanks for posting the "Lisa stitch" info you used for your belts!