Here’s the argyle pattern all graphed out on regular graph paper. Each square is a stitch. A single motif, the basic design, is 26 stitches wide and 54 stitches high.
When I program this into the machine I can ask it to be repeated all across the garment or I can tell the machine to put a cluster of the motif anywhere. The test will be the stitchout.
Now to find enough yarn in the right colors! I can use any colors but a good contrast color story will be most effective. Diva Georgene, one of the smartest and most informed people I know about things fashionable, even suggested embroidering sequines into the lines crossing the solid diamonds. She’s a mad-woman, stopping at nothing to produce a unique garment! Why, she even suggested tiny rickrack. Now that’s a precious friend to have!