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Heidi from Hands Occupied walks you through how to knit the beautiful Diamond Brocade Stitch. This stitch has a clear right side and is worked over 8 rows.

Sometimes stitch patterns created with simple knits and purls carefully placed are exactly what your knitting needs to shine. The beautiful Diamond Brocade Stitch is one such pattern, featuring a clear right and wrong side. As usual with my knitting stitch videos, I think this timeless stitch would be right at home on a vintage inspired sweater or a lovely set of knit accessories. In this post, I’ll walk you through how to knit this stitch in an easy-to-follow video tutorial with written stitch instructions. 😊

Heidi from Hands Occupied walks you through how to knit the beautiful Diamond Brocade Stitch. This stitch has a clear right side and is worked over 8 rows.

Diamond Brocade Stitch – Video Tutorial

Below is the video itself – you can also check this out on YouTube and subscribe for even more tutorials every 1-2 weeks. This is my first video of the new year, and I’m so glad I took that break I keep talking about here on the blog. I used my break to get a little bit ahead on videos, so I’m excited to finally hit a momentum point with video.

As always, if you’ve got any questions or suggestions for future videos, holler in the comments!

Heidi from Hands Occupied walks you through how to knit the beautiful Diamond Brocade Stitch. This stitch has a clear right side and is worked over 8 rows.
Heidi from Hands Occupied walks you through how to knit the beautiful Diamond Brocade Stitch. This stitch has a clear right side and is worked over 8 rows.

ANEMONE STITCH PATTERN

I originally discovered this stitch in Barbara Walker’s A Treasury of Knitting Patterns.

Knitting skill level: Easy

CO a mult of 8 sts + 1.
row 1. (RS) k4, *p1, k7; rep from *; end p1, k4.
row 2. (WS) p3, *k1, p1, k1, p5; rep from *; end k1, p1, k1, p3.
row 3. k2, *p1, k3; rep from *; end p1, k2.
row 4. p1, *k1, p5, k1, p1; rep from * to end.
row 5. *p1, k7; rep from * to last st, p1.
row 6. rep row 4.
row 7. rep row 3.
row 8. rep row 2.
Rep rows 1-8.

Please note that stitches are presented using the Craft Yarn Council’s standards and abbreviations: http://bit.ly/cyc-standards.

Heidi from Hands Occupied walks you through how to knit the beautiful Diamond Brocade Stitch. This stitch has a clear right side and is worked over 8 rows.
Heidi from Hands Occupied walks you through how to knit the beautiful Diamond Brocade Stitch. This stitch has a clear right side and is worked over 8 rows.

Yarn & needles provided by Knit Picks. Post contains affiliate links.

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