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Grab this FREE Herringbone Plant Cozy Knitting Pattern to spruce up your potted plant.

 

Learn how-to knit the Herringbone stitch in the round while knitting a cozy for your plant. I like knitting these cozies, they’re much easier than baskets, because they don’t have a bottom on them! Making it a great stash buster knitting pattern too. :)

 

About:

Available Sizes: One

Size: Fits a 5” {13cm} Diameter Container

Pattern Format: Written Pattern, No Chart

Pattern Language: English

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

PDF Format: Printer & Mobile Friendly

Bonus: Video, Checklist

 

Techniques:

Knit in the Round

Knit & Purl Stitches

Herringbone Stitch

 

Materials:

Yarn Weight: Worsted

Yardage: 60 – 70 yards {55 – 64 meters}

Suggested Yarn: Knit Picks Simply Cotton Organic Worsted Yarn

Needle Size: US 9 {5.5mm}Circular Needles with a 16” {41cm} Cable

Extras: Stitch Marker

 

Details:

Measurements: 4″ x 8″ wide {10cm x 20cm}

Gauge: 21 STS & 46 rounds per 4” {10cm} square, knit in the pattern below

Weight: 1.5oz {40g}

 

Notes:

Not reversible.

Knit bottom up.

Fits a 5” {13cm} diameter container.

CO edge is the width/circumference.

Knit using the herringbone knit stitch.

Knit in the round with a circular needle.

When knitting in the round you’re always knitting the right side of your work.

 

Video:

Click here to watch the “Herringbone Twill Knit in the Round” video tutorial.

 

Pattern, Knit in the Round:

CO 80 STS, PM, join in the round

Rounds 1-8: *K2, WYIF slip 2* remove SM, slip 1 ST from LH needle to the RH needle, replace SM

Rounds 9, 11, 13, 15: *WYIF slip 2, K2* remove SM, slip 1 ST from LH needle to the RH needle, replace the SM

Rounds 10, 12, 14, 16: Repeat round 1

Repeat rounds 1-16 1 more time {or until desired height}

Rounds 33-40: Repeat round 1

Rounds 41, 43, 45: Repeat round 9

Rounds 42, 44: Repeat round 1

Round 46: BO tightly in all knit STS

Knitting Notes:

Technically this pattern only has 2 different rows, so don’t be scared it’s a pretty easy pattern.

To make it larger or smaller CO in multiples of 4.

I CO tightly using the long tail CO method.

I knit this a little on the tight side, I usually knit a little on the loose side.

I slipped the 2 stitches at once to create a tighter stitch.

A mistake I frequently made was knitting 2 together when I was supposed to be slipping 2 STS. :(

This is an unforgiving stitch. When you make a mistake, it’s noticeable and the only way to fix it is to tink back or frog. :( Don’t despair! It’s sooo pretty when it’s finished! It’s worth it! :)

 

Abbreviations:

* – * – repeat between *

BO – bind-off in pattern

CO – cast-on {long-tail cast-on method}

K – knit stitches {K1 means to knit 1 stitch}

LH – left hand

P – purl stitches {P2 means to purl 2 stitches}

PM – place marker

RH – right hand

S1PW – slip one stitch purl-wise

SM – stitch marker

ST – stitch

STS – stitches

WYIF – with yarn in front

 

Gauge:

{FREE} Herringbone Plant Pot Knitting Pattern Gauge

 

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