My Diamond Hill Loop Celtic Cable Knitting Pattern is inspired by the rugged terrain and hiking trails off the Western Coast of Ireland. This pattern can be knitted up to create a scarf or pillows. Attach multiple panels together to create blankets, afghans, and throws of any size desired. This gorgeous design is a fun project to knit up for St. Patrick’s Day and all year round. Find some quiet time for yourself, patiently knit the pattern row-by-row, and watch your Diamond Hill Loop Celtic Cable design emerge. If you love this pattern, you’ll love my entire collection of cable stitches, too.

**KNITTING PATTERN + CHART for Diamond Hill Loop**** Celtic Cable**

**Pattern Construction**

This pattern consists of 60 stitches and a 32-row repeat using 5 different cable stitches to create this beautifully detailed design. While knitting this motif, you will create a combination of the following knit stitch patterns:

- Irish Moss Stitch
- Mini Cable Ribbing
- 3-Rib All Knit Braids
- Reverse Stockinette Stitch
- Diamond Rope Cables with an Irish Moss center

**Color-Coded System**

There are 5 different cable stitches in this pattern. I have created a color-coded system in both the written and chart patterns to easily discern the different cable stitches at a glance. Hope it helps!

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**MATERIALS AND GAUGE ****for ****Diamond Hill Loop Celtic Cable Pattern**

• Yarn in any weight, fiber, & color of your choice

• Knitting Needles sized appropriately for your yarn

• Cable Needle

• Scissors

• Tapestry Needle

**Two Examples of 32-row repeats:**

**10″ width by 5″ length knitted piece**

4″ x 4″ Gauge in Irish Moss = 24 Stitches and 26 Rows

8 US (5.00m) Size Knitting Needles

#4 Worsted Weight Merino Wool Yarn by Malabrigo

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**11″ width by 6″ length knitted piece**

4″ x 4″ Gauge in Irish Moss = 16 Stitches and 22 Rows

8 US (5.00m) Size Knitting Needles

#5 Bulky Weight 128 Superwash Wool Yarn by Cascade

**FREE WRITTEN INSTRUCTIONS ****for ****Diamond Hill Loop Celtic Cable Pattern**

**Knitting Abbreviations**

**SLIP KNOT BO** = Bind Off

**CO**= Cast On

**K**= Knit

**P**= Purl

**1/1R:** SLIP 1 HOLD BACK > K1 + K1 FROM CABLE NEEDLE

**1/1L:** SLIP 1 HOLD FRONT > K1 + K1 FROM CABLE NEEDLE

**2/2R:** SLIP 2 HOLD BACK > K2 + K2 FROM CABLE NEEDLE

**3/3R:** SLIP 3 HOLD BACK > K3 + K3 FROM CABLE NEEDLE

**3/3L:** SLIP 3 HOLD FRONT > K3 + K3 FROM CABLE NEEDLE

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**Cast On 60 Stitches**

**IRISH MOSS KNIT STITCH EDGES (optional)**

You may wish to add an edge on the bottom and top of your piece. In my examples, I added 4 rows of the Irish Moss knit stitch before starting the cable pattern. Of course, that means ending with 4 rows of this knit stitch before binding off, too.

**Row 1 [Right Side]:** * K, P *

**Row 2 [Right Side]:** * K, P *

**Row 3 [Right Side]:** * P, K *

**Row 4 [Right Side]:** * P, K *

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**DIAMOND HILL LOOP CELTIC CABLE PATTERN**

**Row 1 [Right Side]:**

K, P, K, P, K, P,

P2, **1/1L**, P2,

K9,

P2, **1/1L**, P, K, P, K, P, K, P, K, P, K, **1/1R**, P2,

K9,

P2, **1/1L**, P2,

P, K, P, K, P, K

**Row 2 [Wrong Side]:**

P, K, P, K, P, K

K2, P2, K2,

P9,

K3, P2, K, P, K, P, K, P, K, P, K, P, K3,

P9,

K2, P2, K2,

K, P, K, P, K, P

**Row 3 [RS]:**

P, K, P, K, P, K,

P2, **1/1L**, P2,

3/3L, K3,

P3, **1/1L**, P, K, P, K, P, K, P, K, **1/1R**, P3,

**3/3L**, K3,

P2, **1/1L**, P2,

K, P, K, P, K, P

**Row 4 [WS]:**

K, P, K, P, K, P,

K2, P2, K2,

P9,

K4, P2, K, P, K, P, K, P, K, P, K4,

P9,

K2, P2, K2,

P, K, P, K, P, K

** ****Row 5 [RS]:**

K, P, K, P, K, P,

P2, **1/1L**, P2,

K9,

P4, **1/1L**, P, K, P, K, P, K, **1/1R**, P4,

K9,

P2, **1/1L**, P2,

P, K, P, K, P, K

**Row 6 [WS]:**

P, K, P, K, P, K

K2, P2, K2,

P9,

K5, P2, K, P, K, P, K, P, K5,

P9,

K2, P2, K2,

K, P, K, P, K, P

**Row 7 [RS]:**

P, K, P, K, P, K,

P2, **1/1L**, P2,

K3, **3/3R**,

P5, **1/1L**, P, K, P, K, **1/1R**, P5,

K3, **3/3R**,

P2, **1/1L**, P2,

K, P, K, P, K, P

**Row 8 [WS]:**

K, P, K, P, K, P,

K2, P2, K2,

P9,

K6, P2, K, P, K, P, K6,

P9,

K2, P2, K2,

P, K, P, K, P, K

**Row 9 [RS]:**

K, P, K, P, K, P,

P2, **1/1L**, P2,

K9,

P6, **1/1L**, P, K, **1/1R**, P6,

K9,

P2, **1/1L**, P2,

P, K, P, K, P, K

**Row 10 [WS]: **P, K, P, K, P, K

K2, P2, K2,

P9,

K7, P2, K, P, K7,

P9,

K2, P2, K2,

K, P, K, P, K, P

**Row 11 [RS]:**

P, K, P, K, P, K,

P2, **1/1L**, P2,

3/3L, K3,

P7, **1/1L**, **1/1R**, P7,

**3/3L**, K3,

P2, **1/1L**, P2,

K, P, K, P, K, P

**Row 12 [WS]:**

K, P, K, P, K, P,

K2, P2, K2,

P9,

K7, P4, K7,

P9,

K2, P2, K2,

P, K, P, K, P, K

**Row 13 [RS]:**

K, P, K, P, K, P,

P2, **1/1L**, P2,

K9,

P7, **2/2R**, P7,

K9,

P2, **1/1L**, P2,

P, K, P, K, P, K

**Row 14 [WS]: **

P, K, P, K, P, K

K2, P2, K2,

P9,

K7, P4, K7,

P9,

K2, P2, K2,

K, P, K, P, K, P

**Row 15 [RS]:**

P, K, P, K, P, K,

P2, **1/1L**, P2,

K3, **3/3R**,

P7, K4, P7,

K3, **3/3R**,

P2, **1/1L**, P2,

K, P, K, P, K, P

**Row 16 [WS]:**

K, P, K, P, K, P,

K2, P2, K2,

P9,

K7, P4, K7,

P9,

K2, P2, K2,

P, K, P, K, P, K

**Row 17 [RS]:**

K, P, K, P, K, P,

P2, **1/1L**, P2,

K9,

P7, K4, P7,

K9,

P2, **1/1L**, P2,

P, K, P, K, P, K

**Row 18 [WS]:**

P, K, P, K, P, K

K2, P2, K2,

P9,

K7, P4, K7,

P9,

K2, P2, K2,

K, P, K, P, K, P

**Row 19 [RS]:**

P, K, P, K, P, K,

P2, **1/1L**, P2,

3/3L, K3,

P7, **2/2R**, P7,

**3/3L**, K3,

P2, **1/1L**, P2,

K, P, K, P, K, P

**Row 20 [WS]:**

K, P, K, P, K, P,

K2, P2, K2,

P9,

K7, P4, K7,

P9,

K2, P2, K2,

P, K, P, K, P, K

**Row 21 [RS]:**

K, P, K, P, K, P,

P2, **1/1L**, P2,

K9,

P7, **1/1R**, **1/1L**, P7,

K9,

P2, **1/1L**, P2,

P, K, P, K, P, K

**Row 22 [WS]:**

P, K, P, K, P, K

K2, P2, K2,

P9,

K7, P2, K, P, K7,

P9,

K2, P2, K2,

K, P, K, P, K, P

**Row 23 [RS]:**

P, K, P, K, P, K,

P2, **1/1L**, P2,

K3, **3/3R**,

P6, **1/1R**, K, P, **1/1L**, P6,

K3, **3/3R**,

P2, **1/1L**, P2,

K, P, K, P, K, P

**Row 24 [WS]:**

K, P, K, P, K, P,

K2, P2, K2,

P9,

K6, P2, K, P, K, P, K6,

P9,

K2, P2, K2,

P, K, P, K, P, K

**Row 25 [RS]:**

K, P, K, P, K, P,

P2, **1/1L**, P2,

K9,

P5, **1/1R**, K, P, K, P, **1/1L**, P5,

K9,

P2, **1/1L**, P2,

P, K, P, K, P, K

**Row 26 [WS]:**

P, K, P, K, P, K

K2, P2, K2,

P9,

K5, P2, K, P, K, P, K, P, K5,

P9,

K2, P2, K2,

K, P, K, P, K, P

**Row 27 [RS]:**

P, K, P, K, P, K,

P2, **1/1L**, P2,

3/3L, K3,

P4, **1/1R**, K, P, K, P, K, P, **1/1L**, P4,

**3/3L**, K3,

P2, **1/1L**, P2,

K, P, K, P, K, P

**Row 28 [WS]:**

K, P, K, P, K, P,

K2, P2, K2,

P9,

K4, P2, K, P, K, P, K, P, K, P, K4,

P9,

K2, P2, K2,

P, K, P, K, P, K

**Row 29 [RS]:**

K, P, K, P, K, P,

P2, **1/1L**, P2,

K9,

P3, **1/1R**, K, P, K, P, K, P, K, P, **1/1L**, P3,

K9,

P2, **1/1L**, P2,

P, K, P, K, P, K

**Row 30 [WS]:**

P, K, P, K, P, K

K2, P2, K2,

P9,

K3, P2, K, P, K, P, K, P, K, P, K, P, K3,

P9,

K2, P2, K2,

K, P, K, P, K, P

**Row 31 [RS]:**

P, K, P, K, P, K,

P2, **1/1L**, P2,

K3, **3/3R**,

P2, **1/1R**, K, P, K, P, K, P, K, P, K, P, **1/1L**, P2,

K3, **3/3R**,

P2, **1/1L**, P2,

K, P, K, P, K, P

**Row 32 [WS]:**

K, P, K, P, K, P,

K2, P2, K2,

P9,

K2, P2, K, P, K, P, K, P, K, P, K, P, K, P, K2,

P9,

K2, P2, K2,

P, K, P, K, P, K

**Repeat Rows 1 – 32** until your piece is the length you desire. Remember to add the same Irish Moss stitch border at the end as you created in the beginning before binding off.

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