Diamond Tile (AKA Flower Lattice); Sample: L1-3: YBSS “Ivory,” L4: CSS “Berry Blue”

Diamond Tile / Flower Lattice

R1: P
R2: (U3, O1, U3, P5) x 2, U3
R3: P2, (U3, P9) x 2, U3, P2
R4: Rpt R2
R5: P6, U3, O1, U3, P5, U3, O1, U3, P6
R6: P8, U3, P9, U3, P8
R7: Rpt R5
R8: Rpt R2
R9: Rpt R3
R10: Rpt R2
R11: Rpt R5
R12: Rpt R6
R13: Rpt R5
R14: Rpt R2
R15: Rpt R3
R16: P

This pattern used to be called “Flower Lattice.” In my early pattern making days, I wasn’t using design charts, just making stuff up as I went along. I didn’t know what the diagrams looked like, so I named patterns according to what they looked like (to me) after they were woven. As luck would have it, I decided to add this pattern today right after “Moroccan Tile” and I discovered they are very similar to each other.

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Thought I’d add this one too, while I was at it. I included the whole diagram because the first three rows looked so strange to me I wanted to know what the whole thing would look like. It’s just an alternating repetition of three rows (see written instructions).

Diamond Tile / Flower Lattice, Mini

Diamond Tile / Flower Lattice, Mini; Sample: CSS “Country Blue”

R1: P
R2: P2, (U3, P5) x 3, U3, P2
Odd Rows: (U3, O1) x 7, U3
R4: P6, U3, O1, U3, P5, U3, O1, U3, P6
R6: Rpt R2
R8: Rpt R4
R10: Rpt R2
R12: Rpt R4
R14: Rpt R2
R16: P

The row repetition is 2, 3, 4, 3; 2, 3, 4, 3 . . .

Diamond Tile / Flower Lattice, Mini

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