From the author…
“This collection consists of cable stitch patterns that have mirrored sides; for example, a left-crossing cable on one side is mirrored by a right-crossing cable in the corresponding position on the other side. The center treatment is a challenging aspect of designing this type of pattern, because if stitches are crossed in a specific direction, it negates the fact that the patterning is mirrored everywhere else.
There are four methods used in the cable designs:
- Bring the cable units together, and separate them without crossing them;
- The Cluster Stitch, in which the stitches are wrapped with the working yarn rather than crossed;
- Knotted Cables, where the cables are crossed either to the right or left, behind the knot itself, so a definite direction is not apparent;
- Mirrored panels, intended to be used on either side of a central panel or opening.”
NOTE: stitch patterns have both charts and written instructions.
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