Tall Honeycomb Stitch Pattern aabharcreations

Knit with Aabhar – Tall Honeycomb Stitch Pattern

Pattern Description


Tall Honeycomb Stitch Pattern is quite similar to the Honeycomb Stitch Pattern except for the length of each hexagonal unit. And just like the other pattern, you need to know the basics of knits and purls along with C2F and C2B cable stitches.

This pattern creates a thick textured fabric that’s not reversible. Tall Honeycomb Stitch Pattern is easy and beginner-friendly but looks intricate at the same time.

You can use this Tall Honeycomb Stitch Pattern in projects like pillow covers, throw, dishcloths, or blankets.

Pattern Details


Skill Level
Easy

Row Count
12

Pattern Repeat
Multiple of 4 + 2

Tall Honeycomb Stitch Chart

Abbreviations


This free knit pattern is written in US terms. You can also check out other common knit abbreviations

CNCable needle
COCast on
C2FCable 2 Front (sl 1 to CN, hold in front, k1, k1 from CN)
C2BCable 2 Back (sl 1 to CN, hold in back, k1, k1 from CN)
kKnit
pPurl
repRepeat
RSRight side
WSWrong side

Pattern Instructions


CO Multiple of 4 + 2.

Row 1:(RS) – Knit.
Row 2:k2, * p2, k2; rep from * to end.
Row 3:Rep Row 1.
Row 4:Rep Row 2.
Row 5:k1, * C2F, C2B; rep from * to last st, k1.
Row 6:p2, * k2, p2; rep from * to end.
Row 7:Knit.
Row 8:Rep Row 6.
Row 9:Rep Row 7.
Row 10:Rep Row 6.
Row 11:k1, * C2B, C2F; rep from * to last st, k1.
Row 12:Rep Row 2.

Repeat this free knit pattern (12 rows) until you have reached the desired length for your work.

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