FREE and Easy Argyle Knitting Patterns!
I think argyle is super classy. Like, top-tier cool dude sophistication. Wow. I'm so serious right now. This is absolutely NOT sarcasm, I swear! It's also really easy. You can do very a 2-color argyle with fair isle or 3-color argyle with minimal effort duplicate stitch.
I made some argyle things back in the early days of my knitting and it's a good way to get a feel for carrying your floats and tension with colorwork, so I've whipped up some charts and some argyle tips and you can use these for whatever! A row of argyle on a hat is nice. Sandwich another design between argyle. Do a ton of argyle - stack it! Put it on a sweater. Live your life. It's versatile, especially since I'm giving you some variations to work with for your projects. Heck, crochet it!
I've used this small 2-color argyle on a lot of hats in the past. Just one row of it after the brim makes a nice border underneath, say, llamas or something. Small caveat: doing multiple rows of it can look a smidge jumbled, depending on the project.
Feel free to download these charts and also make changes! Expand on them! Make more variations! I just appreciate a link back to this pattern in anything you post or sell online! Share the joy!
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