I had worked this kutch work border in sleeves of a blouse, The border on the blouse-
The part of the border pattern-
With the request for the skeleton of this border pattern, I am writing these instructions.
I used cotton skein for the anchor stitch and pearl cotton for interlacing. This border pattern is worked continuously, meaning-the anchoring stitch and the interlacing are done without any break.
Pattern copied on cloth-
The anchoring stitches- The starting-
Starting with the first square, cross over to the square on top, complete that square and come to square in the centre-
This square has only two stitches , one while going[as seen here] and the next one while coming back. Cross over to the square on the top again , complete it with three stitches , cross over to the square at the end.
Till now the stitch is the same, the thread goes over the previous thread, and the last thread goes under the first thread.
The next square, the thread is taken under the previous thread- and now cross over-
This square is filled the same as earlier squares-
Cross over to the middle square in the border-
Cross over to the third square on the top, complete it-
After crossing over, the stitch worked in this square is the same as 
Complete the square which connects these two parts, adjacent square is worked in the same way as [4,9]
Complete the anchoring stitch –
The interlacing is done with a different thread, starts at the same place where the anchoring thread is inserted. This is the continuous thread journey I meant earlier.
Go around the stitches in the first square-
And turn and go around the stitch of the second square Start the weaving now-
Work the weaving and interlacing as seen below-
Follow the weaving thread-
Interlace the squares at the corners and the weaving in the centre-
The last weaving in the forward journey on this first part pattern, the top square will be interlaced while coming back-
Moving on to the central square-
After working the second part of the border, same as the first one, we reach the last square, complete it and turn around-
Weaving the thread through the inside squares reach the top square-
Interlace the top square and weave through the inner squares to reach the connecting square-
Complete the central square too, start weaving through the inner squares to reach the top square again-
Complete the pattern with the interlacing and the weaving-
The completed border-
Hope these instructions to stitch this kutch work border was useful. If there are any queries, leave them as comments. I’ll try and answer them.