From the Stitch Description: Who would believe from their appearance that this pattern and Cameo Lattice are really the same? But they are. The only difference is that Morning Glory is squeezed down to to half the number of rows, so that every alternate pattern row is transposed to the wrong side - and the eyelets, of course, are omitted. This is a notable example of the flexibility of knitting patterns; a relatively minor change in technique produces radically different shapes on the fabric. Little discoveries like this are what make knitting so eternally fascinating, and reward the experimental knitter with innumerable pleasant surprises.
Location of Stitch: Page 271 from A Second Treasury of Knitting Patterns.