I have a chart of one beautiful stitch and I have knitted a sample and it works fine.
Now, I have a problem. There is a jacket that have this stitch in the collar, as in my sample, but in the body the stitch form columns. This columns looks like the half of the stitch in the collar and they are separated by (I think purls and big holes).
I thought it was simple to solve. I decided that I would knit the half of the chart to get the columns, but I can
t get it! I am very confused, because it is not a difficult pattern, so I dont understand why, because it is obvious the columns are the half of the design.
Could you see it?
Here is located the jacket I want to make:
Note that the columns of the body are the formed by the half of the pattern that has the collar.
Now, I have this chart:
Where the symbols means:
U means “yarn over”
I means “purl stitch”
_ means “knit stitch”
2 means “knit 2 together”
3 means “knit 3 together”
V with a little 2 inside means Slip 1 Knit 1 Pass Slip Stitch Over (s1k1psso)
How can I use this chart to make something like the pink cardigan?
I have years trying to solve this mistery!