## S.O.S (suss out stitch)

I am trying to figure out how to do this wheatear stitch. All I have to go by is this photo. I am having great lack of success. Anyone willing to take a whack at it and spare me a psychotic break? A better image can be found on Ravelry at www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/columbia. I don't know how to post a live link- I'm still using one of those old coal-fired computers. Thanks, guys.

### Hi. I have American

Hi. I have American Portraits, which is where Columbia is printed.
MichaelJames

### Hi Albert. I think I've

Hi Albert.
I think I've found it . page 244 in Barbara Walker's Treasury of Knitting Patterns Book 1. If you don't have a copy or access to one let me know and I'll send the directions.

Bill

### Thanks, Mario and Jack! I

Thanks, Mario and Jack! I will give these a go and see if I get the result I'm aiming for. I've provisionally cancelled my slot at the "Home".

Veni, vidi, kniti.

### I like that stitch so if you

I like that stitch so if you figure it out, please share.

### Found it! Or rather, found

Found it! Or rather, found something very similar.....

Rotini - multiples of 6 stitches
m3 = pick up loop between stitches and k1,p1,k1 into that loop

1) *p2, k1
2) *p1 tbl, k2
3) *p2, k1, M3, p2, k1
4) *p1tbl, k8
5) *p2, k4, p2, k1

repeat rows 4 and 5 three more times

12) *p1tbl, k2, p4tog, k2
13) *(p2, k1)x2, m3 {end (p2, k1)x2}
14) k3, ptbl, k2;*k6, p1tbl, k2
15) p2, k1, p2, k4 {end (p2,k1)x2}

repeat rows 14 & 15 three more times

22) k3, p1tbl, k2;*p4tog, k2, p1tbl, k2

### Hi Albert. I found this and

Hi Albert. I found this and hope it helps. Jack
Wheatear Stitch

Multiple of 11 sts plus 3.