The Lace and Cables Stitch :: Knitting Stitch #137

Stitch Description

The Lace and Cable Stitch is a beautiful stitch that employs cables, lace, and twisted stitches to create an intricate all-over pattern. It would work well for a shawl, or if knit in bulky yarn, it would make a unique afghan.

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Materials Used

Cotton-Ease

Discover this customer favorite for yourself! Cotton-Ease is a versatile, soft cotton-blend, worsted-weight yarn. Combining the absorbency of cotton with the lightweight of acrylic, it is ideal for making year-round garments and accessories for the entire family.

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Addi Lace Click Interchangeable Needle Set

Have all the needles you’ll ever need in one convenient carrying case! The addi Lace Click system provides 8 different sizes of addi Lace tips, five different lengths of our new, extremely pliable blue cord, and one connector piece which helps to either store stitches or combine your cords. The Click tips require no tools to change; simply insert the cord deep into the tip, twist and release. The tips will remain secure until you change them, thanks to the Click's revolutionary locking mechanism. The addi Click tips are nickel plated. Our nickel plating process is electro-static, which produces a smooth, rounded edge, where the tip and the cord "click" together.

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Abbreviations

K
Knit Stitch
P
Purl Stitch
yo
Yarn Over
k2tog tbl
Knit 2 Together Though the Back Loop
k2tog
Knit 2 Together
k tbl
Knit Through the Back Loop
p tbl
Purl Through the Back Loop
sl
Slip Stitch
psso
Pass Slip Stitch Over
cb4f
Cable Back 4 Front: Slip two sts onto cable needle and hold to front, k2 tbl, k2 tbl off of cable needle
cb4b
Cable Back 4 Back: Slip two sts onto cable needle and hold to back, k2 tbl, k2 tbl off of cable needle

Stitch Details

  Skill Level
Intermediate

  Row Count
Number of Rows: 8

  Pattern Repeat 
Multiples of 21

Stitch Characteristics

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Pattern Instructions

Cast On: Multiples of 21

  • Row 1: (RS): P2, [ktbl1] 4 times, k1, yo, k2tog tbl, k3, k2tog, yo, k1, [ktbl1] 4 times, p2
  • Row 2: K2, [ptbl1] 4 times, k1, p7, k1, [ptbl1] 4 times, k2
  • Row 3: P2, [ktbl1] 4 times, k2, yo, k2tog tbl, k1, k2tog, yo, k2, [ktbl1] 4 times, p2
  • Row 4: K2, [ptbl1] 4 times, k1, p7, k1, [ptbl1] 4 times, k2
  • Row 5: P2, cb4f, k3, yo, sl 1, k2tog, psso, yo, k3, cb4b, p2
  • Row 6: K2, [ptbl1] 4 times, k1, p7, k1, [ptbl1] 4 times, k2
  • Row 7: P2, [ktbl1] 4 times, k9, [ktbl1] 4 times, p2
  • Row 8: K2, [ptbl1] 4 times, k1, p7, k1, [ptbl1] 4 times, k2
  • Repeat these 8 rows until you have reached your desired length.

Swatch Photos

Example of the Lace and Cable Stitch Right Side

Example of the Lace and Cable Stitch Wrong Side

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