The Checkerboard Lace Stitch Pattern is a stitch pattern that requires a little concentration. However, the chart that accompanies the written directions will make it easier for you. The Checkerboard Lace stitch pattern in worked in multiples of 10 + 4 over 20 rows. Written directions are below, as well as a chart and a link to the video tutorial.
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Knit 2 Together (k2tog)
Slip slip knit (ssk)
Yarn over (yo)
Directions for Checkerboard Lace Stitch Pattern
Works in multiples of 10 sts + 4
For the sample in the YouTube video, I cast on 24
1 (WS) and all WS rows: Purl across
2 (RS): K4, *Yo, ssk, k1, [k2tog, yo] × 2, k3; rep * to end.
4: K3, *[Yo, ssk] × 2, k1, k2tog, yo, k3; rep from * to last st, k1.
6: K2, *[Yo, ssk] × 3, k4; rep * to last 2 sts, yo, ssk.
8: K1, *[Yo, ssk] × 4, k2; rep * to last 3 sts, yo, ssk, k1.
10: Repeat row 6.
12: Repeat row 4.
14: Repeat row 2.
16: K2tog, yo, *k4, [k2tog, yo] × 3; rep * to last 2 sts, k2.
18: K1, k2tog, yo, *k2, [k2tog, yo] × 4; rep * to last st, k1
20: Repeat row 16.
Rep rows 1-20 until desired length is reached, binding off as pattern.
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