Raised Paving Knitting Stitch Pattern looks a lot like a Honeycomb Knitting Pattern but this one does not involve any cable knitting. Just like a honeycomb, this knitting pattern has an arrangement of hexagon-like motifs with raised edges. It is also popular as Honeycomb Pattern in the knitting community but as we already have one with cable stitches, we are calling it something different!
Although the pattern instructions are quite long, it is a simple knitting pattern that involves basic knit, purl, and slipped stitches.
The Raised Paving Stitch will work best in home decor projects like cushions and pillows as it gives a nice texture to the knitted fabric.
Multiple of 8
Instructions for this free knitting pattern are written in US terms. You can also check out other common knit abbreviations.
|st (s)||Stitch (es)|
|wyib||With yarn in back|
|wyif||With yarn in front|
CO Multiple of 8.
|Row 1 (RS):||Purl.|
|Row 4:||* p3, sl 3 purlwise wyif, p3; rep from * to last st.|
|Row 5:||* k3, sl 2 purlwise wyib, k3; rep from * to last st.|
|Row 6:||Rep Row 4.|
|Row 7:||Rep Row 5.|
|Row 8:||Rep Row 4.|
|Row 9:||Rep Row 5.|
|Row 10:||Rep Row 4.|
|Row 14:||* sl 1 purlwise wyif, k6, sl 1 purlwise wyif; rep from * to last st.|
|Row 15:||* sl 1 purlwise wyib, k6, sl 1 purlwise wyib; rep from * to last st.|
|Row 16:||Rep Row 14.|
|Row 17:||Rep Row 15.|
|Row 18:||Rep Row 14.|
|Row 19:||Rep Row 15.|
|Row 20:||Rep Row 14.|
Repeat this free knitting pattern instructions (20 rows) until you have reached the desired length for your work.
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