By Barbara G. Walker
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4 A single stitch has been decreased in this row and 2 bark stitches sit next to each other. 5 On the following wrong-side row, work in pattern to the double stitches, then bring the yarn forward under the needle. 6 Slip the 2 stitches purlwise and yarn over both stitches (yf sl2yo). Continue in pattern; the next stitch will be a bark stitch. 7 On the following right-side row, work to the double stitches with their shared yarn over. 8 Then, bark 2 stitches together (brk2tog). A single stitch has been decreased in this row.
For example, the abbreviation brk+1 indicates that a stitch must be barked with an extra yarn over and brk++1 means that three yarn overs are knitted together with the bark stitch. 1 To work the stitch shown in the swatch above, Estonian Tuck Stitch, cast on a multiple of 2 stitches plus 1. On the first right-side row: *p1, sl1yof; repeat from *, end with p1. 2 On the following wrong-side row: k1, *yf sl1+yo, k1; rep from *. On the following right-side row: *p1, sl1++yof; repeat from *, end with p1.
Brioche in the Round—Even Number of Stitches Using a circular needle, cast on an even number of stitches. Mark the beginning of the round and carry that marker along as you work. SET-UP RND: *yf sl1yo, k1; rep from *. RND 1: *brk1, yf sl1yo; rep from *. RND 2: *sl1yof, brp1; rep from *. Rep Rnds 1–2. 1 The hanging marker indicates the first stitch of a new round. Here, the end of a bark round has been reached and 2 plain stitches are hanging next to each other. 2 On the last stitch of Round 1, slip 1 stitch, yarn over and bring the yarn to the front (sl1yof).
A Second Treasury of Knitting Patterns by Barbara G. Walker