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June 25, 2010

Tie The KNOT

Tie The KNOT

© Kathleen Brundige June 2010

Supplies- 2oz of cotton yarn and color or variagated
knitting needles size varies as to your preference usually US3-US8

stitches used:
CO= cast on
BO= bind off
K= knit
P= purl
N= knot
(K1, P1, K1 in same stitch) turn P3TOG (purl 3 stitches together), slip stitch back to other needle, turn continue with pattern

CO 33
7 and most ODD rows- K3, P27, K3
8- K4, (K3, N, K2)X4, K5
10- K4, (K2, N, K1, N, K1)X4, K5
12- K4, (K1, N, K3, N)X4, K5
14- K4, (N, K5)X4, N, K4
16- K4, (K1, N, K3, N)X4, K5
18- K4, (K2, N, K1, N, K1)X4, K5
20- K4, (K3, N, K2)X4, K5
22- K4, (K2, N, K1, N, K1)X4, K5
24- K4, (K1, N, K3, N)X4, K5
26- K4, (N, K5)X4, N, K4
28-31- K ACROSS ***
32- K4, (N, K5)X4, N, K4
34- K4, (K1, N, K3, N)X4, K5
36- K4, (K2, N, K1, N, K1)X4, K5
38- K4, (K3, N, K2)X4, K5
40- K4, (K2, N, K1, N, K1)X4, K5
42- K4, (K1, N, K3, N)X4, K5
44- K4, (N, K5)X4, N, K4
46- K4, (K1, N, K3, N)X4, K5
48- K4, (K2, N, K1, N, K1)X4, K5
50- K4, (K3, N, K2)X4, K5
52-57- K ACROSS

*** NOTE: Pattern as written will have a dividing line going across the center breaking up the pattern into two sections by knitting across on lines 29 and 31, if you prefer not to have this dividing line simply keep lines 29 and 31 as instructions say for ODD rows.

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