Tunisian Knits and Purls are Diamond by Linda Rommerdahl

Tunisian Knits and Purls are Diamond

December 2010
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
4 stitches and 5 rows = 1 inch
4.5 mm
500 - 550 yards (457 - 503 m)
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This pattern is available for free.

This pattern derived from “Diamonds in the Rough” by Michael Snow and “Shadow Diamonds Baby Afghan (Tunisian)” by Kim Guzman. I saw photos of both FOs and immediately wanted to try to make something of my own. This pattern, “Tunisian Knits and Purls are Diamond!” is the result - a series of alternating groupings of TKS and TPS form diamonds/squares across the width, while of TSS rows form the border. Total scarf width is only 35 stitches; final length is adjustable by adding or eliminating row repeats.

The pattern is available in written instructions and as a chart. It is available primarily for personal use, but you may use it to construct items to sell for or give to charity, after you request permission from me. Please cite me as the designer and link back to the pattern page whenever you make items for other than personal use.