Friday, 5 March 2010

Bridge Stitch Pattern

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Okay I was just mucking around with fibre – as you do and I came up with this pattern. When 1 row is completed it looks like fish but with 2 rows completed it reminds me of the Forth Rail bridge, hence I’ve named it Bridges. It’s a very simple and easy concept.
Works on multiples of 7.
Row 1 – *sc, hdc, dc, trc, dc, hdc*, rep as often as required.
Row 2 - *trc, dc, hdc, sc, hdc, dc*. rep as often as required.
Repeat both rows as often as required.
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4 comments:

Dunappy said...

Very nice pattern, Love the look!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the idea. I made a scarf in three colours using this stitch, and it looks great. I have a thing about the Forth rail bridge, anyway!
Heidi

aykayem said...

looks good ... and looks similar to something I "invented" a few years ago (I am sure this is one of those things that has been "invented", forgotten, and invented again many times over the years - lol) ... for my version I did something similar to what you did, but I did 2 of each stitch. It looked good in the beanie I made, so then I found a pile of 4 ply crochet cotton and made a whole top using the same pattern! (drove me nuts by the time I finished it ;-)

LakeMom said...

Wouldn't this be multiples of 6?