Crafting by Concepts: Fiber Arts and Mathematics by Sarah-Marie Belcastro (ed.), Carolyn Yackel (ed.)

By Sarah-Marie Belcastro (ed.), Carolyn Yackel (ed.)

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CC means contrasting color. Instructions When switching colors, carry the unused color along the side, trapping it loosely in the selvage. CO 28 sts with MC: CO 12 sts, pm, CO 4 sts, pm, CO 12 sts. (Optional: use provisional cast-on with scrap yarn, CO 28 sts, and with main color k12, pm, k4, pm, k12. ) Row 1 (and all odd-numbered rows): K8, p4, purl stitches between markers, p4, k12. Row 2: K12, pm, (k1, m1) 3 times, k1, pm, k12 (7 sts between markers). Row 4: K12, sl m, (k1, m1) 2 times, k1, (k1, m1) 3 times, k1, sl m, k12 (12 sts between markers).

Continue knitting for six more rows or almost 1”, switching colors after every 20 stitches. Now there are five stitches knitted on top of the next color rather than six. Beginning with color 3 and working in color sequence, decrease 15 stitches by working (k3 k2tog) 15 times over one round, leaving 16 stitches of each color (60 stitches left in a round). The next round will start with four stitches of color 2. Continue knitting for six more rows or almost 1”, switching colors after every 16 stitches.

Row 22: K12, sl m, k10, m1, k19, m1, k10, sl m, k12 (41 sts between markers). Row 24: Change to MC. K12, sl m, k20, m1, k21, sl m, k12 (42 sts between markers). Row 26: K12, sl m, k10, m1, k32, sl m, k12 (43 sts between markers). Row 28: Knit every stitch, slip markers as you encounter them. Row 30: Change to CC. Knit every stitch, slip markers as you encounter them. Row 32: K12, sl m, k20, k2tog, k21, sl m, k12 (42 sts between markers). Row 34: K12, sl m, k2tog, k40, sl m, k12 (41 sts between markers).

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