Today as promised we get back to the point where you saw this pattern in Part 1.
But first I decided it was time to add a few guides and borders so that I can place the lines like Hammersmith and City and the District line that go on diagonal runs that end near the edge of the pattern.
This black border surrounds an area that is 141 stitches tall by 207 stitches wide and will make it so much easier to place the ends of a few lines.
Now, back to progress on the actual pattern.
First I placed the Circle Line. To me it looks more like a bottle or a deformed paper clip, but Transport for London calls it the Circle Line, so the Circle Line it is.
After the Circle Line, I went on to add the Waterloo & City Line back to the pattern. The Waterloo & City line is just a short little line that connects (or at least appears to connect the Central Line to the Bakerloo Line. Because it is just a few stitches it was a quick add.
and now we are back to where you first saw the pattern.
See you tomorrow for Part 4.