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Anything-but-Square Shapes for Garments, Accessories, Afghans, and Throws
Circles Crochet Patterns pp 22–28 Knit Patterns pp 29–31 1 Tri-color Bullseye Page 22 2 Tri-color Swirl Page 22 3 Tri-color Granny Page 23 4 Post-stitch Spoke Wheel Page 23 5 Picot Spiral Page 24 6 Geometric Wheel Page 24 7 Water Wheel Page 25 8 Popcorn Circle Page 25 9 Tri-color Bullseye Page 26 2 10 Color Ten-spoke Wheel Page 26 11 Flower Medallion Page 27 12 Tri-color Post-stitch Medallion Page 27 .
13 Bobble Swirl Page 28 14 Two-tone Lazy Wheel Page 28 15 Two-tone Pinwheel Page 29 16 Tri-color Bullseye Page 29 17 Lace-spoke Wheel Page 30 18 Two-tone Sunburst Page 30 19 Lace Spiral Page 31 20 Lace Star Medallion Page 31 Diamonds Crochet pattens pp 32–33 Knit Patterns pp 34–35 21 Crochet Mitered Diamond Page 32 22 Tri-color Granny Page 32 23 Geometric Diamond Page 33 24 Bobble Diamond Page 33 25 Ribbed Diamond Page 34 27 Garter Diamond Page 35 26 Knit Mitered Diamond Page 35 3 .
1 ch) into each of next 15 ch sps. Sl st into top of 3 ch. 1 ch (3 dc. 3 ch. sl st to top of 3 ch. 2 dc in last ch sp. 2 ch) into each of next 7 ch sps. (1 dc. dc in 3rd dc. 5th round With C. Foundation ring: With A. 3 dc into same ch sp. Fasten off B. Mix and match: 76 + 99 4 . join with sl st. First round 3 ch. 1 ch. dc in 2nd and 3rd dc) to last ch sp. sl st to top of 3 ch.Circles Colors: A B C 76 T ri -c ol o r ci rcle See page 23 in the directory It is hard not to think of the words “Granny Square” when looking at this motif—but there is nothing square about it. 3 ch. sl st to top of 3 ch. 1 ch (4 dc. 1 ch) into each of next 15 ch sps. Symbols and abbreviations Turn to page 126 for a full explanation of the symbols and abbreviations used. sl st into next ch sp. 1 ch. 1 ch. 2 ch (2 dc. 2 dc. 4 ch. 2 dc into same ch sp. (2 dc. sl st to top of 3 ch. 1 dc into first ch sp. 1 ch) into same ch sp. (1 ch. sl st to top of first puff st. 2 dc in ch sp. 4th round With B. 6th round Sl st to first dc. 1 ch) 7 times into ring. 3 ch. Fasten off A. 3 ch. (puff st. 1 ch) twice into each of next 7 ch sps. hdc into ring [counts as first puff st]. 3rd round Sl st into next ch sp. sl st into next ch sp. 1 ch. This motif can be worked in a single color or in as many colors as you like. 2nd round Sl st into next ch sp. 3 ch.
1 ch [counts as first sc]. Repeat rounds 2 and 3 until 10 wedges are completed. * Sc in dtr at point of wedge. 5th–7th rounds Repeat round 4. (1ch. ending with sl st in first ch of round. 2nd round Working back along sts made in first round. ending with sl st in first ch of round. Do not turn. Rep from * around. yo. dc. 1 dc) in 1ch space. dtr. 2 trs in next ch. 2 dcs in next ch. and draw loop through all five loops on hook. 5th round 2 ch [counts as first sc]. 2nd round 4 ch [counts as first dc and 1 ch] * 1 dc in every sc. insert hook into foundation ring. 1 dc between the 2 dc. Fasten off. 1 ch. 7 ch. rep from * 10 times. dc. Rep from * 11 times. 1 dc between the 2nd dc and the puff st. Sew first and 10th wedges together. Foundation ring: Work 6 ch and join with sl st to form a ring. sc. inserting hook from right to left under the dc of previous row. 3rd round * Work 1 puff st. work 17 ch and join with sl st to 8th ch. tr.Colors: A B Colors: A 77 lazy whee l See page 23 in the directory 78 B o bble swi rl See page 22 in the directory Circular motifs can be worked in may ways. 1 ch. reverse sc in front loop only in each st [12 sts]. Repeat from * around. work in order: sc. dtr. 4th round * Work 1 puff st inserting hook from right to left under puff st of previous round. hdc. Do not turn. dc. but the “spokes” of the wheel can be worked in different colors. First round Working in the 9 ch tail. Rep from * 11 times. Fasten off. leaving a 12 in. draw up loop) twice. (30 cm) tail. hdc. This lazy wheel is worked in two colors. Once you have mastered the “puff stitch” you’ll be amazed at how this pattern makes the bobbles swirl around on its own! special Stitch Explanation Puff stitch: (Yo. 2 dcs in next ch. 3rd round In back loop only. sl st to first st on every round. tr. 4th round Join B with sl st to dtr at point of wedge. dc. 2 dtrs in next ch. Mix and match: 77 + 95 Mix and match: 78 + 76 5 . * 2 sc in sc. 7 sc over 7 ch. 1 dc. 2 trs in next ch. 1 ch. First round 12 sc in ring. 2 dtrs in next ch. sl st in center ring. Sl st to beg of last round and fasten off. 1 ch. Foundation ring: With A.
p2. k1. [p2. k2tog. [p2. (6 sts) Row 37: K2. (37 sts) Rows 2 and 4: Knit Row 3: K2. yo. [k2. k2] 3 times. p1. Row 28: K2. k4. [yo. k1. p2] twice. p2. k3. (31 sts) Row 11: K2. (25 sts) Row 17: K2. p2. p2. yo. p2. k2tog] 7 times. k6.Colors: A 25 Ri bbe d Diamon d See page 18 in the directory A classic rib is used to make this fun and flexible diamond. (5 sts) Row 38: K1. k2] twice. (27 sts) Row 15: K2. p2. p3. k2] 3 times. k2tog. (17 sts) Row 25: K2. yo. p2. [k2. k1. p1. k2] twice. k2] twice. k6. Symbols and abbreviations Turn to page 126 for a full explanation of the symbols and abbreviations used. Row 30: K2. k2tog. k2] twice. p2. p2] 3 times. yo. k2. yo. k3. k2tog] 8 times. Cast on 39 stitches. (23 sts) Row 19: K2. k3. yo. k4. p2. p2] twice. k2. k2tog. p1. [p2. yo. k6. yo. p2. Row 12: K2. p3tog. k2. yo. (15 sts) Row 27: K2. k2. yo. Row 32: K2. [k2. k4. Row 20: K2. [k2. Row 6: K2. k2] twice. p1. k2. p2. k2] twice. p2] 3 times. p1. k5. p2. yo. k2tog. k4. k1. Row 8: K2. Row 26: K2. k2. p2. k2tog. yo. Row 18: K2. k3tog. yo. k2tog. k4. Row 5: K2. k6. k2tog. p2. p3tog. k2] twice. k2. yo. k2tog. yo. k2tog. k1. p2] 3 times. p2. yo. k2tog. k2tog. yo. p2] twice. Row 22: K2. p3tog. (11 sts) Row 31: K2. k3tog. [k2. k2. k4. (21 sts) Row 21: K2. yo. p2. [p2. k4. p2. [p2. Row 14: K2. k2. p1. p1. k2. k3tog. p2] 3 times. k4. k2tog. k6. p2] twice. k1. k2tog. k2tog. p1. yo. k6. k2tog. k2. p2] 3 times. k4. k3tog. p2. [p2. k3tog. k2tog. (7 sts) Row 36: K2. (13 sts) Row 29: K2. yo. Row 16: K2. k2tog. yo. k3tog. k4. p1. (29 sts) Row 13: K2. yo. Row 24: K2. k2. yo. k4. [k2. k2. k6. k2. k3tog. k1. k2tog. k1. k3tog. k4. (19 sts) Row 23: K2. [p2. p2. k2tog. k2. p2. p2. Fasten off. p3tog. [k2. k3tog. k2. k3tog. (3 sts) Row 39: K3tog. p2. p2. [p2. yo. k6. k2. k2tog. Row 10: K2. p2. Row 1 (RS): P18. k6. k1. p18. k4. k2tog. yo. yo. k4. p2. (9 sts) Row 33: K2. (35 sts) Row 7: k2. [p2. [k2. p2. yo. p2. Row 34: K2. [p2. p2. k2tog. p2] 3 times. yo. k2tog. k2. yo. yo. [k2. k6. k6. k2tog. p2. p3tog. k2tog. k2. (33 sts) Row 9: K2. k2] twice. k3tog. [yo. yo. p2. k7. [k2. p2] twice. k2tog. yo. p2. k3. p3tog. k1. k2. k6. k2. k1. yo. p2] twice. Combine with curved or straight-edged shapes to create inumberable combinations. yo. k2. [k2. [k2. p3tog. [k2. k2. k2. (8 sts) Row 35: K2. k2. p1. p3. p2. p3tog. k2tog. p1. Mix and match: 25 + 15 6 croche t te chn i q u es . k3tog. p3. p1. k2tog. k6. p2. yo. k2. k1. p2] twice. k2tog. p2. [k2. k2tog. p2] twice.
(1 st) Fasten off. k2tog. p1. Row 7: K16. Row 2: K20. k2tog. sl1. (5 st) Row 48: K1. yo. yo. k14. (25 sts) Row 27: Knit. sl1. p1. Row 9: K15. until 7 sts rem. sl1. (23 sts) Repeat the last 2 rows 7 more times. yo. Cast on 4 stitches. k16. (35 sts) Row 8: K17. k2. k2tog. (37 sts) Row 6: Purl. k2togtbl. k1. (7 sts) Row 5: Knit. k2togtbl. k2tog. k2tog. (31 sts) Row 12: Purl. Row 1 (RS): K20. k2. k2tog. p1. yo. k2tog. Row 1: Knit. k2togtbl. k2tog. K2tog. ssk. k2tog. k13. k2togtbl. k1. k3 tog. K2. ssk. (27 sts) Row 25: Knit. (9 sts) Row 43: Knit. yo. Row 41: K3togtbl. which is then finished with a pretty edging. Row 4: K2. Row 39: K2togtbl.Colors: Colors: A A 26 Garte r Dia mon d See page 18 in the directory 27 M it er ed D i am o nd See page 18 in the directory A simple but attractive gar ter stitch is used to create the body of this diamond. k2tog. k2tog. Row 44: K1. k2. sl1. sl1. (3 sts) Row 40: Purl. Row 37: K1. k to last 2 sts. Cast on 41 stitches. Row 26: K1. Continue in patt set. ssk. k2togtbl. Rows 28: K1. (9 sts) Repeat the last 2 rows 9 more times. yo. k20. Row 13: K13. K3tog. k2togtbl. ssk. p1. sl1. k1. yo. sl1. Row 36: Purl. Row 5: K17. k14. k2tog. yo. (5 sts) Row 3: Knit. yo. Row 6: K2. k17. (5 sts) Row 38: K2. (29 sts) Row 14: K14. k2tog. (7 sts) Row 46: K1. sl1. k15. k2togtbl. ssk. k1. k17. Row 11: K14. k20. k1. yo. yo. k1. Row 2 (RS): K2. k18. k1. Mix and match: 26 + 44 Mix and match: 27 + 50 dia mon ds 7 . k17. sl1. (33 sts) Row 10: Purl. k3tog. The simple textured stripes of this mitered diamond can be used to create striking geometric pattens when repeated or combined with other motifs. (39 sts) Row 4: Purl. k to last 5 sts. Row 3: K18. (3 sts) Bind off. yo.
128 pages ISBN 978-1-59668-434-8 $24. and Shells Leaves. KnitScene. which originally appeared in KnitScene. texture. New York. Her designs have appeared in Vogue Knitting.Don’t be square! Break out of the box with 150 creative motifs for knit and crochet 150 Knit & Crochet Motifs is a fun and eclectic mix of patterns in both crafts. She teaches classes at her LYS in Buffalo. contents Introduction Visual selector Circles. Triangles. and Paisleys Connectors Projects Techniques Index Credits Paperback 8¾ × 8¾. and Cast On along with other knitting and crochet magazines. The book also includes smaller blocks to join them together and edging ideas to add finishing touches. Interweave Knits.95 Available February 2011 . and interesting outline shapes for innovative applications. Heather Lodinsky has been a professional knit and crochet designer for more than 15 years. dimension. stars. and Octagons Snowflakes and Stars Hearts. The patterns include colorwork. and even paisleys. She is the designer of the popular Central Park Hoodie cardigan. The motifs are presented in a directory of different shapes and textures. Geometric and circular shapes are featured along with asymmetrical motifs such as shells. Hexagons. and is a freelance designer for major yarn companies. Clovers. Get suggestions for mixing and matching the motifs and learn how to knit and crochet them together to create one-of-a-kind functional and decorative pieces. Diamonds and Squares Pentagons. with shapes that go beyond the traditional square. Family Circle Knitting. Creative Knitting. Flowers. where she lives with her family.