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Please note:  some of the patterns below are older and do not include instructions for leaving tails.

Ronda has requested that we now leave a 50cm/20" tail for sewing squares together. Please butterfly the tail to the square.  Instructions for this and an illustration can be found at

http://www.knit-a-square.com/support-files/knitted-square-plain_jan...

 

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Here's my pattern for the PERFORATED RIBBING square.   The pattern has been adapted with a couple of rows of garter stitch to make it easier when sewing square together as it's a lacy pattern.

With double knit yarn and 4mm needles cast on 43 stitches.

Work 2 rows in garter stitch (knit every stitch)

Continue in pattern as follows.

ROW 1. K2,  P1,  K1,  P1,  *yrn,  P3tog,  yrn,  P1,  K1,  P1,  repeat from * to last two stitches,  K2.

ROW 2. K2,  K1,  P1,  K1,  *P3,  K1,  P1,  K1, repeat from * to last two stitches, K2.

ROW 3. K2,  P1,  K1,  P1,  *K3,  P1,  K1, P1,  repeat from * to last two stitches, K2.

ROW 4.  As row 2.

Repeat these four rows until work measures just under 8 inches, work 2 rows in garter stitch (knit every stitch) then cast off.

Leave a 20 inch tail for sewing together and butterfly tail before sending to KAS.

Thank you for posting this pattern!

I think this would also be nice for a hat for the needy.

Thank Monika....I've only used this pattern for a square so far but I think it would make a pretty hat too.  :))

Louise, thank you for posting this beautiful pattern and for showing us how to make it easier for stitching :) xo

Thanks Louise :)) Another one to the must try list  :))

These small holes should trap air rather than let it through and therefore the square ought to be fairly warm.  It's certainly a very pretty pattern.  Thanks for sharing it. I might get up courage to try it, you never know, lol. 

Thanks Jeanne.....:)))

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