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How to Knit the Chevron Lace Stitch

music in video is from demo 2008 by (Latchxe9 Swing) / CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

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This video knitting tutorial will help you learn how to knit the chevron lace stitch. This pattern consists of rows of diagonal stitches, separated by small open work ribs. It’s a great pattern for blankets, sleeves, and socks.

Skill: Intermediate

Cast On: Multiples of 7

For this pattern you will need to know the following techniques:

Knit – k

Purl – p

Knit Two Together – k2tog

Slip Slip Knit – ssk

Knit One Below – k1b

Pattern:

Row 1 (WS): Purl all stitches

Row 2: *K2tog, k1, [leaving stitch on main needle, k1b, knit stitch above, k1b again then remove stitch from main needle], k1, ssk; rep from * to end

Repeat rows 1 – 2 until you have reached your desired length.

After a few repeats your pattern should look like this:

Example of the Chevron Lace Stitch

Example of the Chevron Lace Stitch

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Comments

  1. Harlee Cole

    May 6, 2012

    Hi Johnny,
    Love the re-vamp of NSAD! I just finished making a table runner using this stitch, but I don’t know how the heck you bind off without losing the lovely chevron. Please help.
    Thanks!

    • Johnny Vasquez

      May 8, 2012

      I’m not sure what you mean. You want the angle to continue on the bind off?