Thursday, September 20, 2007

Squares Six Through Nine

Square Six -- Twisted and Crossed Ribbing:





Seven -- Garter and Rib Pattern:





Eight -- Rose Fabric:




The pattern is a little hard to see, so here's a closer view:





Nine -- Horizontal Chain:





I don't think I like mosaic knitting . . .

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6 Comments:

Blogger Angela said...

I'm sorry you don't like mosaic knitting. Those sure are pretty:)

Ang

8:01 PM  
Anonymous angelarae said...

Just an extra little note, cause I know you read these and I don't have your email addy, but, garnstudio has free baby patterns here.
http://www.garnstudio.com/lang/en/drops_oversikt.php?type=baby
Just click the catalog you want to see, then the brit flag at the bottom of each pattern, and the instructions will follow. Beautiful stuff.

Ang

2:39 AM  
Blogger Dena said...

It's ok if you don't like mosaic knitting. It's not my favorite either. We're designing some different squares to replace the mosaic ones in the afghan.

10:35 PM  
Blogger Leslie said...

Those squares are neat! I especially like the garter and rib.

2:32 AM  
Blogger renee said...

I am in love with that garter-rib stitch pattern lately! Your square is so beautifully done! Love it!

7:46 PM  
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