This knit Barfi stitch pattern is both a beautiful rhombus stitch that makes a lovely square! There are unlimited knitting projects that you can make with this stitch.
HOW DO MAKE THE BARFI STITCH KNITTING PATTERN?
This Barfi knitting pattern can make so many amazing soft knitted projects! You can make a warm ladies cardigan, gentleman’s sweaters, vests, scarves, hats, and more. To make this pattern, you work on a pattern of 16 rows repeat cast on multiples of 10+2 edge stitches.
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Make infinite knit projects with this Barfi stitch because it a soft and cozy design and perfect for your winter projects.
This knitting pattern is very tight and complicated to weave without keeping the fabric from being too tight and bunching. Therefore, make sure your fabric does not curl up. Although we want the fabric to be thick, we do not want a messy knitting pattern to develop.
The reason why this knitting pattern is unique is because of the beautiful geometrical shape of rhombus that forms on the one side only. The knit barfi stitch also makes a sturdy fabric that you can use for so many projects. You also have a variety of beautiful yarn colors to choose from but a light color like this sunshine golden yellow is perfect to make this stunning pattern very visible.
With the knit Barfi stitch pattern, you can also make baby suits, and baby layettes. You can also make Barfi stitch knitted accessories like pillows or cushions. Keep in mind, that for adults, a larger size of a barfi stitch cardigan or sweater will require a longer stitch and therefore will require more patience. Happy knitting!
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Tutorial and photos of this edge by: Knit with Suman.
Is there a written pattern? Thanks.
Mary Anne Burge
She never answered ?
Where are the written pattern for this barfi…
I have watched the YouTube multiple times and have a written pattern. Even though it is written, I would still view the YouTube to get the idea of how to do the stitches.
Barfi Knit Stitch
16 rows repeat pattern, multiple of 10 plus 2
Front: k 2 tog leave both sts on left needle and knit the 1st st again
Back: sl st as if to knit and put back on left needle, k 2nd st in back leave n right needle and knit in back both sts tog that are on left needle. There is a YouTube video on how to do this.
Cast on 72 sts. 10.5 needles (I used my square wooden needles as they have a good point.
Knit 5 rows Twisted rib st knit 1 in back loop, purl 1 in back loop.
Base setup row: Slip 1st st., k 2 tog leave both sts on left needle and knit the 1st st again, *k 2 tog, leave both sts on left needle and knit the 1st st again*, end k 1
Row 2 base setup: Sl 1st st, purl all sts
Row 1: Slip 1st st, k1, *front 4x, back 1x* front 4x end k 2.
All even rows are sl 1st st, purl all
Row 3: Slp st, Back 1x, *3 front, 2x back*, to last 9 sts. 3x front 1x back, knit last st
Row 5: Slp st, k next st, back 1x, *front 2x, back 3x*, last 8 sts front 2x, back 1x, k last 2 st
Row 7: Slp st, back 2x, * front 1x, back 4x, last 7 sts front 1x, back 2x, k last st
Row 9: Slp st, k 1, back 1x, *front 1x, back 4x* to last 8 sts, front 1x back 2x, k last 2 st
Row 11: Slp st, knit 2, *front 2x, back 3x*, to last 9 sts front 2x, back 2x k last st
Row 13: Slp st knit 1 st, *front 3x, back 2x, * to last 10 st, front 3x, back 1x, k last 2
Row 15: Slp st, *front 4x, back 1x*, k last st
Row 16: purl all sts.
Thank you. I read the subtitles while watching the video, these instructions will come in handy for the next project.
Is there a written pattern for this Barfi stitch? Like a simple scarf?
How do I get the video to operate
PLEASE GO TO Knit with Suman.
Could you please give me written instructions on how to knit the Barfi stitch. It is very difficult for me to follow you from row to row because I cannot knit as fast as you. I thank you very much in advance.
Could you please tell me where I can find the written pattern? Thank you.
What a beautiful design!!
And what a total waste since there is NO WRITTEN PATTERN.
Booooo hoooooo hooooo.
Thank you for sharing your stunning Barfi Stitch. With the use of the subtitles and watching your needle instructions, I was able to follow along quite easily. I look forward to watching and trying your other beautiful projects.
Her patterns are great. She posts the instructions on the top of video, but if you watch, easy to follow. Unique as well. Love the Zig Zag stitch, someone just used to make a cowl PATTERN that sells on Ravelry. Crochet Beja should get credit if she created the stitch.