(I’ve fussed with color and focus.)

These are the two charts I worked out for combining all three words for those who want to work with all three. (These are all the posts about this project.) You’re welcome to use them for whatever you like. Use as many or as few of the words as you like (the blue lines mark the boundaries). The two versions are based on two different ways of charting the encoded letters. I don’t have the swatch for the chart on the left (which is silly – I know better than to rip out swatches!) so the swatchÂ shows the chart on the right.

If working flat the repeat on “Justice, Equality, Mercy” is 10 stitches plus 1. That is, cast on a multiple of 10 stitches and then 1 more. If working in the round, eliminate the extra stitch. “Mercy, Justice, Equality” is 8 stitches plus 1 if working flat; again, eliminate the extra if working in the round.

**Justice, equality, mercy:**

*justice*:

Row 1 (RS): *k4, p1, k1, p1, k3 ; work from *, k1.

Row 2 (WS): p1, *k1, p7, k1, p1 ; work from *.

Row 3: *k2, p1, k5, p1, k1 ; work from *, k1.

Row 4: p1, *p1, k1, p5, k1, p2 ; work from *.

Row 5: repeat row 3.

Row 6: p1, *p3, k1, p1, k1, p4 ; work from *.

Row 7: repeat row 3.

Row 8: p1, *p2, (k1, p3) x 2 ; work from *.

Row 9: repeat row 1.

Row 10: repeat row 4.

Row 11: *k5, p1, k4 ; work from *, k1.

Rows 12 – 13: repeat rows 10 – 11.

Row 14: k1, *p9, k1 ; work from *.

*equality:*

Row 15: repeat row 11.

Row 16: repeat row 14.

Row 17: *(k3, p1) x 2, k2 ; work from *, k1.

Row 18: repeat row 14.

Row 19: repeat row 3.

Row 20: repeat row 4.

Row 21: repeat row 11.

Row 22: repeat row 6.

Row 23: repeat row 17.

Row 24: p1, *p4, k1, p5 ; work from *.

Row 25: repeat row 1.

Row 26: repeat row 4.

Row 27: repeat row 3.

Row 28: repeat row 8.

Row 29: *k1, p1, k7, p1 ; work from *, k1.

Row 30: repeat row 6.

*mercy:*

Row 31: repeat row 17.

Row 32: repeat row 6.

Row 33: repeat row 11.

Row 34: repeat row 14.

Row 35: repeat row 3.

Row 36: repeat row 24.

Row 37: repeat row 11.

Row 38: repeat row 4.

Row 39: repeat row 29.

Row 40: repeat row 6.

**Mercy, justice, equality:**

*mercy:*

Row 1 (RS): *k2, p5, k1 ; work from *, k1.

Row 2 (WS): k1, *(p1, k1) x 4 ; work from *.

Row 3: *k1, p2, k3, p2 ; work from *, k1.

Row 4: k1, *(p3, k1) x 2 ; work from *.

Row 5: knit.

Row 6: purl.

*justice:*

Row 7: repeat row 3.

Row 8: p1, *(k1, p1) x 4 ; work from *.

Row 9: *k2, p1, k3, p1, k1 ; work from *, k1.

Row 10: p1, *p3, k1, p4 ; work from *.

Row 11: *p1, k7 ; work from *, p1.

Row 12: p1, *(k3, p1) x 2 ; work from *.

Row 13: *k1, p1, k5, p1 ; work from *, k1.

Row 14: purl.

Row 15: *k4, p1, k3 ; work from *, k1.

Row 16: p1, *(p1, k2) x 2, p2 ; work from *.

*equality:*

Row 17: repeat row 3.

Row 18: repeat row 10.

Row 19: *k2, (p2, k1) x 2 ; work from *, k1.

Row 20: p1, *k2, p3, k2, p1 ; work from *.

Row 21: *(p1, k3) x 2 ; work from *, p1.

Row 22: purl.

Row 23: *p1, (k1, p2) x 2, k1 ; work from *, p1.

Row 24: p1, *k1, p5, k1, p1 ; work from *.

Row 25: repeat row 9.

Row 26: p1, *p1, k1, p3, k1, p2 ; work from *.

Row 27: repeat row 15.

The name above each chart lists the words in the chart from bottom to top.

I will be using a different *equality* chart for the final project.

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