I think I had islands on my mind on 12 October—the West Indies, Saint Marie, Puerto Rico . . . This pattern is also named after the letter I because I wove that variation first. (A lot of my patterns come out I-shaped; it’s one way to break up repetitive rows.)

These are all the patterns I made up 12-14 Oct. Many are variations of the “Isles” basic pattern. The whitish one shows up more dramatically on the dark background.

The following patterns use the same two rows over and over.

Isles

Isles

Sample: CSS “Off White”

R1: P
Even Rows: P3, O3, U3, O3, P7, O3, U3, O3, P3
Odd Rows: P11, O3, U3, O3, P11
R16: P

Isles — Variation 1

Sample: YBSS “Mushroom”

R1: P
R2: P3, O3, U3, O3, P7, O3, U3, O3, P3
Odd Rows: P11, O3, U3, O3, P11
R4: Rpt R2
R6: Rpt R2
R8: P
R10: P
R12: Rpt R2
R14: Rpt R2
R16: P

 

Isles — Variation 2

Sample: YBSS “Light Denim”

R1: P
R2, 4, 6: P3, O3, U3, O3, P7, O3, U3, O3, P3
R3: P
R5: P
R7: P11, O3, U3, O3, P11
R8: P
R9: Rpt R7
R10: P
R11, 13, 15: Rpt R2
R12: P
R14: P
R16: P

 

Isles — Variation 3

Sample: CSS “Country Blue”

R1: P
R2: P
R3: P3, O3, U3, O3, P7, O3, U3, O3, P3
R4: P11, O3, U3, O3, P11
R5: Rpt R3
R6: P
R7: P
R8: Rpt R4
R9: Rpt R3
R10: Rpt R4
R11: P
R12: P
R13: Rpt R3
R14: Rpt R4
R15: Rpt R3
R16: P

 

Isles — Variation 4

Sample: CSS “Autumn Maize”

R1: P
R2: P3, O3, U3, O3, P7, O3, U3, O3, P3
R3: P11, O3, U3, O3, P11
R4: Rpt R2
R5: Rpt R3
R6: P
R7: Rpt R3
R8: Rpt R2
R9: Rpt R3
R10: P
R11: Rpt R3
R12: Rpt R2
R13: Rpt R3
R14: Rpt R2
R15: Rpt R3
R16: P

 

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The other “Isles” variations either have additional rows in their patterns or are only graphed on charts. They’ll take me a little time to type up. I’ll post more of the 16 patterns shortly . . .

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