On the fourth day of Knitmas…

Day Four – Stripes

Today is an easy day, filled with simple Stockinette stitch worked in stripes. After yesterday’s venture into colorwork, you can take today to relax and let your mind wander while your fingers do all the work. The striped pattern was inspired by Sierra Morningstar’s Migration cardigan from issue nine : iowa / nebraska. 

Using C2

Row 1 (RS): k5, sm, k to marker, sm, k2, sl 3 wyif.

Row 2 (WS): k5, sm, p to marker, sm, k2, sl 3 wyif. 

Work Rows 1 & 2 three more times (8 rows). Carry C2 inside the i-cord edge.

Using C3

Work Rows 1 & 2 three times (6 rows). Carry C3 inside the i-cord edge.

Using C2

Work Rows 1 & 2 twice (4 rows). Cut C2.

Using C3

Work Rows 1 & 2 three times (6 rows). Cut C3.

Using C1

Work Rows 1 & 2 six times (12 rows). Cut C1.

Using C3

Work Rows 1 & 2 three times (6 rows). Carry C3 inside the i-cord edge.

Using C2

Work Rows 1 & 2 twice (4 rows). Carry C2 inside the i-cord edge.

Using C3

Work Rows 1 & 2 three times (6 rows). Cut C3.

Using C2 

Work Rows 1 & 2 four times (8 rows). Cut C2.

Yarn used:

C1 – 2.5 (7.5) grams

C2 – 5 (14.5) grams

C3 – 5 (14.5) grams

C4 – 0 grams

The PDF of Day Four can be downloaded here: Twelve Days of Knitmas 2021 Day 4

If you would like to add it to your Ravelry patterns, please click here.

 

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