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A Swiss Pattern

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Sample of A Swiss Pattern for the Top of a Mitten or Muffatee

for the Top of a Mitten or Muffatee

Sample of A Swiss Pattern for the Top of a Mitten or Muffatee

Pattern

Abbreviations

k = knit
p = purl
k2tog = knit two stitch together
k2togTBL = knit two stitches together through the back of the loops
psso = slip next stitch as if to knit, knit one, pass slipped stitch over the knitted stitch (decreases one stitch)

In the round

Cast on a multiple of 13 stitches
Round one – [p1, k2tog, k3, (yo k1) twice, k3, k2tog] repeat as required
Round two – knit

Chart for knitting A Swiss Pattern for the Top of a Mitten or Muffatee in the round
Chart for knitting A Swiss Pattern for the Top of a Mitten or Muffatee in the round

On 2-needles

Cast on a multiple of 13 stitches
Row one – [p1, k2tog, k3, (yo k1) twice, k3, k2tog] repeat as required
Row two – purl

Chart for knitting A Swiss Pattern for the Top of a Mitten or Muffatee flat
Chart for knitting A Swiss Pattern for the Top of a Mitten or Muffatee flat

To get matched decreases substitute the second k2tog for ssk or k2togTBL depending on your preference. The top half of the photo above shows the original instructions with both decreases using k2tog. After the garter stitch separator in the middle of the swatch I switched to the matched decreases and used ssk.

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