Knitting patterns and motives
I’ve been collecting these for awhile now and not so long ago my computer has crashed and I’ve lost OH so many patterns that I’ve saved. SO in order to prevent it from happening again I’ll be posting these awesome finds on my blog here for safekeeping and for others to use. Very important to know these patterns are not my creations unless specified, many of them were found without proper author identification so unfortunately there’s no way for me to give credit!
interesting cable I use Google Translate when the pattern description is in an unfamiliar language
Beautiful cable. These instructions are in Russian, so I can translate. They suggest working the WS rows according to the pattern
Pretty for a lacy skirt or top
again very pretty and airy
This is a page scanned from a Russian magazine, that has interesting patterns for relief knitting. The simplest stitches are used here K and P.
the relief knitting continued
This looks like Polish to me for the translation purposes, however the marks used should be universal to all the knitting patterns. I believe filled square stands for K, empty square P, blue triangle P2tog through back loop? (not quite sure) and circle stands for YO
This pattern seems to belong to the same magazine and to be Polish. Again the filled square seems to stand for K, empty square P, circle YO, black triangle (slope facing left) K2tog knit-wise, black triangle (slope facing right) K2tog TBL (through back loop); blue triangle (slope facing left) P2tog, blue traingle (slope facing right) P2tog through back loop (Again not quite sure about the last 4, but Google translate would certainly help here too)
Beautiful lacy pattern. Instructions in the next picture in Russian
This pattern is quite simple. Bold text says: ” Each WS row should be knit according to pattern and YO made purl wise. Repeat rows 1 through 8″. The abbreviations are as follows: I = knit, : = ktbl ( knit through back loop), – = purl, u= YO. Next is single pull (slip 1 stitch, knit next stitch and pull the slipped stitch over); double pull (slip 1 stitch knit-wise, knit 2 and pull the slipped stitch over both); and lastly triple pull ( slip 1 stitch knit-wise, knit 3 and pull the slipped stitch over all 3)
No pattern for this cutie, but I bet it’ll be easy to make for an experienced knitter
The notes under here say to work the WS rows according to pattern
same here work the WS rows according to pattern
Beautiful leaf scarf, but could also be made into other pieces, by those who can adjust the pattern accordingly
and here’s the pattern it’s in English but it’s rather hard to make out certain words
Polish again, I believe
This pattern says: The amount of stitches should be multiples of 16 + 1. All the WS rows to be worked according to pattern and YO to be purl-wise. Repeat from 1st to 28th row.
This is all for now, this post will be expanded as I find more interesting motives and patterns.