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Daylily Knit Stitch Pattern

Let’s keep exploring the world of stitches by knitting a daylily stitch. Its magnificent symmetry is in the stitch’s DNA – from weaving vertical braids to horizontal parallel lines, to blurred diamonds on the background. Your imagination is your limit on what to knit using daylily stitch, try it out and share your thoughts in the comments. Cheers!

Knitting materials and tools:

<> DPN 4 mm (US6 / UK8)

<> Marks & Kattens Dream: 50 grams -100 m per skein.

Common abbreviations of knit stitches:

k – knit

p – purl

st(s) – stitch(es)

sel s – selvage stitch: always slip the first stitch purlwise, work to the last stitch, purl the last stitch

Daylily stitch instructions:

Cast on a multiple of 4 sts plus 2 selvage stitches. I cast on 30 sts for my example.

Row 1 (RS): sel s, *k1, p1– repeat from *, sel s.

Row 2: sel s, *k1, p1– repeat from *, sel s.

Row 3 (RS): sel s, *p1, k3 – repeat from *, sel s.

Row 4: sel s, *p3, k1 – repeat from *, sel s.

Row 5 (RS): sel s, *k1, p1– repeat from *, sel s.

Row 6: sel s, *k1, p1– repeat from *, sel s.

Row 7 (RS): sel s, *k2, p1, k1 – repeat from *, sel s.

Row 8: sel s, *p1, k1, p2 – repeat from *, sel s.

Repeat Rows 1-8 as many times as needed.

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