Cable X Cross Over




















Cable X Cross Over

FPDC = Front Post Double Crochet

BPDC = Back Post Double Crochet
DC = Double CrochetST = Stitch

FPDC and BPDC are worked in the row below unless otherwise stated.

CH 27
Row 1: 23 DC across in each chain (24 Double Crochet)


Row 2: CH 3, DC in next 7, FPDC in next ST, DC in next, FPDC in next 4, DC in next st, FPDC in next st, 8 DC each of next St's. (front post stitches worked on the front)

Row 3: CH 3, DC in next 7, BPDC, DC in next st, BPDC in each of the next 4 st's, DC, BPDC, DC in each of the next 8 St's. (backpost stitches worked on the back)
Row 4: CH 3, DC in next 7, FPDC in next stitch, DC in next, work the FPDC Criss Cross X Stitch (The front posts on this row will be worked two rows below on the posts of row 2. The first FPDC will cross down to the 3rd post of row 2. The second post will cross down to the 4th post of row 2. The third post will cross back to the 1st post of row 2. The fourth post will cross back to the 2nd
post of row 2.) FPDC in next st, 8 DC each of next St's. (front post stitches worked on the front)
Row 5: CH 3, DC in next 7, BPDC, DC in next st, BPDC in each of the next 4 st's, DC, BPDC, DC in each of the next 8 St's. (backpost stitches worked on the back)


Repeat rows 2-5 for the Cable Criss Cross X

Cable X Cross Over -Part One
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=enA-kIAMjiI

Cable X Cross Over -Part Two
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b3n0HnRxnnk

Cable X Cross Over - Slow Motion
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6d1px0jevlM





Comments

  1. I would really like to do a beanie using this (cable x cross over)...how can I go about incorporating this into a beanie pattern?

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  2. It takes 8 stitches to do the cable X crossover. You would find a pattern that you like and evenly add the cable where you want it to be on the cap. You will still need to do your increase rounds so you would need to offset the cable from the increases.

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  3. Absolutely fantastic tutorial! I followed along on your youtube video and made my first cable in a matter of minutes. Thank you!!!

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  4. I just got started on this stitch, being a visual learner, where can I find the videos since they are no longer available on you tube?

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  5. sunrise811,
    I just checked and the video is still there. Try clicking on the watch in high quality. That always seems to help when other people have experienced the same problem.

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  6. I could not find the high quality button, so I chose to download. I have the video with no audio, MP11 had trouble reading mp4. Looking for sugguestions, or how else can I get (purchase) these videos, have daughters that are also starting to show interest in learning, would love to have around.

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  7. Anonymous,
    Where did you download the video from?

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  8. I downloaded it from Utube.

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  9. Anonymous,
    You did a free download?

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  10. No, I paid the .99 cents as it asked.
    Thanks for hellping me figure this out.

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  11. Anonymous,
    It should play in Windows Media Player.

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  12. It does play in windows media play but no audio.

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  13. Anonymous,
    That would lead me to believe that you will need to work on some sound settings in your computer.

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  14. AH! Problem solved, it is actually Windows Vista! I checked to see if it was just that one video to find out it was all utube videos, downloaded flash player and all is good! Thanks for your thoughts and help - finally off to crochet!!!

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  15. Hi Teresa, 1st thing i'm a big fan of yours & your work, 2nd I'm a crochet beginner, & it's diffecult for me to understand the shortcuts that you're using to crochet, such as : dc : I know it means : double crochet, but I don't know the other shortcuts, could you help me pleas & tell me that shortcuts & what each one of them means, thank you, your fan : Ezzy.

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