Gauge Maille name is Yvette yarn in Treillis stitch

When temperature drops, the only thing I want is to slip under a plaid in my sofa in front of my TV, with a hot drink and my on-going knit project. When big yarns showed up if the net and social netiworks, I had a big crush for these xxl plaids and this winter I decided to make one.

I chose to make this plaid with Maille name is Yvette yarn sold by Kesi’art. Before starting, I made a gauge. The risk to start a this kind of project without is is thin but I wanted to see how Treillis stitch is with this yarn.

Details of the gauge

Brand: Maille name is
Quality: Yvette
Colour: Grey
Needles: 35 mm
Pattern: trellis

How to knit Treillis stitch

For this pattern you must cast on a number of stitches multiple of 4 + 3 stitches.

Row 0 (wrong side): 1 edge stitch, purl all stitches until there is 1 stitch left and finish by knit 1.

Row 1: 1 edge stitch, *knit 1, with yarn in front, slip 5 sticthes as if you wanted to purl them*, repeat from * to * until there are 2 stitches left and finish by knitting 2.

Row 2 et all even rows: 1 edge stitch, purl all stitches until there is 1 stitch left and finish by knit 1.

Row 3: 1 edge stitch, knit 3, *pass under the loose strand and knit 1, knit 5*, repeat from * to * until there are 5 stitches left and finish by passing under the loose strand and knit 1 and knit 4.

Row 5: 1 edge stitch, with yarn in front, slip 3 sticthes as if you wanted to purl them, knit 1, *with yarn in front, slip 5 sticthes as if you wanted to purl them, knit 1*, repeat from * to * until there are 4 stitches left and finish with yarn in front and slip 3 sticthes as if you wanted to purl them and knit 1.

Row 7: 1 edge stitch, *pass under the loose strand and knit 1, knit 5*, repeat from * to * until there are 2 stitches left and finish by passing under the loose strand and knit 1 and knit 1.

Repeat rows 1 to 8.

My opinion on Maille name is Yvette yarn

Yvette is a XXL yarn 100% wool. Its advantage is that you can knit it with needles or arms and it goes very fast. Otherwise, it’s hard work as you must do big gestures.

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