This pattern uses a lace stitch variation in the main panels with a “honeycomb” cable stitch in the pattern panels.
The cable stitch uses a 4 row repeat, and the lace pattern uses a 6 row repeat, so the pattern is worked in 12 row multiples.
This photo shows the main pattern and the cable pattern. In this sweater, I continued the cable pattern up over the shoulder and edged it with a few stitches of garter stitch for contrast. I also continued the cable pattern through the ribbing at the sleeve ends, the bottoms of the sweater, and the neck ribbing.
The pattern for this sweater is here:
As with the other patterns, this was knit with Vanna’s Choice worsted weight acrylic yarn. Vanna’s is still my favorite for working up prototype patterns and it makes great gifts for my wool-sensitive family. And those who do not like hand-washing sweaters!