front view

back view

Red = UNDER
Blue = OVER

### 4 Thoughts on “Diagonal Triangles — 4″ (31 x 31) pattern weave”

1. Diagonal Triangles
1. P
2. P4, (U3, O1)X6, U3
3. P2, (U3, O1)X6, P6
4. P1, O3, P4, (U3, O1)X5, U3
5. P2, (U3, O1)X5, P3, O3, P3
6. P1, (O3, U1)X2, P3, (U3, O1)X4, U3
7. P2, (U3, O1)X4, P3, (O3, U1)X2, P2
8. P1, (O3, U1)X3, P3, (U3, O1)X3, U3
9. P2, (U3, O1)X3, P3, (O3, U1)X3, P2
10. P1, (O3, U1)X4, P3, (U3, O1)X2, U3
11. P2, (U3, O1)X2, P3, (O3, U1)X4, P2
12. P1, (O3, U1)X5, P3, U3, O1, U3
13. P2, U3, P4, (O3, U1)X5, P2
14. P1, (O3, U1)X6, P3, U3
15. P5, (O3, U1)X6, P2
16. P

2. What does the X stand for in Carol’s written instructions above? I checked the glossary of terms but no X listed there. I can’t figure it out by looking at the diagram above it either.

• Oh good grief! It’s a “times” sign! I feel foolish (but I would’ve understood if it weren’t capitalized like the other letters to differentiate). Sorry.

3. Sue Burton on 17 October 2020 at 8:34 AM said:

Glad you figured it out. đź™‚