SHAMROCK knitting pattern – Block 3 of Beginner Blanket MKAL 2020

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SHAMROCK knitting pattern

(for dishcloths or blanket blocks)

☘🍀 This one could come handy next month for St. Patrick’s day, don’t you think? ☘🍀

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🧶 Happy knitting!

Ceci

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THE ENTIRE PATTERN (written and charted) IS BELOW.

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ABBREVIATIONS

  • CO: cast on
  • RS: right side
  • WS: wrong side
  • st: stitch
  • k: knit
  • p: purl

INSTRUCTIONS

– CO 43 sts with US 7 (4.5 mm) needles.

I always cast on and bind off stitches with larger needles than I use for the main work. This prevent my cast on and bind off rows from being too tight.

– With US 6 (4 mm) needles, knit 4 rows.

Slip first stitch on every row as if you were to knit it, but without knitting it (except on the first row). It will form a neat and sturdy border.

– Continue working as follows:

4 garter sts, SHAMROCK pattern over 35 sts, 4 garter sts​ (55 rows).

– Knit 4 rows.

– Bind off with US 7 (4.5 mm) needle. Cut yarn and weave in ends.

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STITCH GLOSSARY

Garter Stitch

k all sts, all rows.

SHAMROCK dishcloth knitting pattern – Row by row

Row 1) and every following odd row (RS) k all sts

Row 2) p all sts

Row 4) p all sts

Row 6) p15, k3, p17

Row 8) p15, k3, p17

Row 10) p16, k2, p17

Row 12) p6, k6, p4, k2, p5, k5, p7

Row 14) p5, k9, p2, k2, p3, k9, p5

Row 16) p4, k11, p2, k1, p2, k11, p4

Row 18) p4, k12, p1, k1, p1, k12, p4

Row 20) p4, k12, p1, k1, p1, k11, p5

Row 22) p3, k13, p1, k1, p1, k13, p3

Row 24) p2, k14, p1, k1, p1, k14, p2

Row 26) p2, k31, p2

Row 28) p2, k31, p2

Row 30) p2, k13, p1, k3, p1, k13, p2

Row 32) p3, k9, p2, k7, p2, k9, p3

Row 34) p5, k5, p2, k11, p2, k5, p5

Row 36) p11, k13, p11

Row 38) p10, k15, p10

Row 40) p9, k17, p9

Row 42) p9, k17, p9

Row 44) p9, k17, p9

Row 46) p10, k15, p10

Row 48) p11, k13, p11

Row 50) p13, k3, p3, k3, p13

Row 52) p all sts

Row 54) p all sts

Row 55) k all sts

SHAMROCK knitting pattern – CHART

  • Read all odd rows from right to left, and all even rows from left to right.

3 - SHAMROCK

 

 


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5 Comments on “SHAMROCK knitting pattern – Block 3 of Beginner Blanket MKAL 2020

  1. I love your patterns! I prefer to use the charts for picture cloths and it would help me immensely if you could make darker lines on the grid after every 10 sts. It really helps with the counting. Thanks!

    • Hi, thanks for your comment, that’s a great idea! I will definitely implement it. How do you think it will be better to start counting? Left to right, or right to left?

      • Since your blocks are the same size, I’d make up a basic grid with the border stitches already in it. I don’t know which charting software you use, but dropping in your picture shouldn’t be hard once you have the basic template. And since we start reading our knitting at the bottom right, I’d count in tens from the right-hand border. I have to admit to knitting blanket/dishcloth blocks by other designers, so I know you can find examples to look at. A darker line after every 10 rounds/rows would be great, too.

        I use the basic KnitCompanion software and it has a highlight bar that keeps good track of the rows/rounds, but for stuff like cables or lace the grid is the thing I go by. I’m finding that as I get older I need all the help I can get! I don’t print patterns here (and haven’t for years) to stay as green as possible and save the trees.

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