>Four Stitch Cable

>l = needle in working position
o = needle in non-working position
a, b = needle in working position which is used for the cable

l o a a b b o l l

Transfer stitches a to needles b, then stitches b to needles a.

Knit 4 rows.

Repeat.

Latch up the ladders.

4 Stitch Cable

The sample was knitted on the Bond using DK yarn and the old keyplate number 2.

Talk to you later,

Susan.

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4 Responses to >Four Stitch Cable

  1. tismeaaron says:

    >Hello Susan,I just bought a Bond classic machine from a charity shop today.I am not sure about a few things and just wanted to ask you a few questions. As it doesnt mention them in the instruction book or video.How fine and how thick of yarn can I use on this machine?I have 4 keyplates, Which ones do I use for the different weights of yarn?ThanksAaron

  2. Susan says:

    >Hi Aaron, I'm assuming that you have the four clear keyplates numbered 1, 2, 3 and 4 – not the green ones with the dot above the numbers.KP 1 = fine DKKP2 = regular DKKP3 = AranKP4 = ChunkyThese are UK terms, I'm not sure what they are called in other countries.Hope this helps.

  3. tismeaaron says:

    >Thanks susan,That helps alot, and thanks for sharing all these stitch patterns.One more question..Im having trouble finding pattern books for this machine, Do you know of any pattern books or magazines I could start collecting?Thanks Aaron

  4. Susan says:

    >Try looking on ebay for the Bond magazines and pattern books as they often turn up there.There are lots of Bond patterns to be found online. If you look in my sidebar under 'Useful Sites' you will find links to The Machine Knitter's Treasure Chest and Steph Thornton's site where there are lots of patterns for the Bond.

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