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By Anne Merrow

Enjoy an outstanding selection of knitted lace patterns!

Brought jointly for the 1st time, the lace initiatives of Knitted Lace symbolize the main problematic, appealing, and sought-after items featured in Interweave's courses. With 25 targeted knitted lace designs, from eyelet scarves to enjoyable socks to stylish tops, Knitted Lace will entice either modern and heirloom knitters.

Inside you will study new options in addition to known conventional talents of professional lace knitters. additionally integrated during this terrific lace source is remark by way of knitted lace specialists Eunny Jang and Jackie Erikson-Schweitzer, exploring how you can stick to lace charts, execute excellent stitches, and comprehend the development of even the main advanced knitted lace patterns.

Interweave has compiled the easiest items into one unheard of knitted lace layout assortment, bringing their liked knitted lace lovers the broadest diversity of garment kinds, ability point applicable initiatives, and specialist layout suggestion available.

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NOTES This pattern is written for two weights of yarn; the green sock is knitted in a sportweight yarn, and the pink sock, the alternative yarn, in a fingering-weight yarn. Instructions for sportweight appear first and instructions for fingering weight appear in parentheses. When no parentheses are present, the directions apply to both weights of yarn. Work fingering weight on size 3 (3. 25 mm) needles and fingering weight on size 0 (2 mm) needles (or size needed to obtain respective gauge). The foot of the sock is worked with one fewer stitch than the cuff in order to maintain a balanced pattern on the instep.

If using blocking wires, run through eyelets along top edge and pin. Pull out points along side edges at each yo, k1, yo and pin. Leave in place until thoroughly dry. Trim yarn ends. Teardrop Scarves Celeste Culpepper Knitscene, FALL 2007 These lace scarves, shown in two lengths, are worked sideways in long rows Shaping at each short end creates a scalloped edge, which is tipped with glass beads The method for placing the beads uses an unexpected tool—a dental floss threader—to avoid stringing all the beads at the beginning of the project.

Work Rows 1–16 of Body chart 10 times—367 sts. Lower Border Work Rows 1–24 of Border chart once—415 sts. Bind Off Note: This two-step BO ensures a stretchy bottom edge that blocks easily. Work Row 2 loosely. ROW 1: (RS) K2, yo, k14, [yo, k1, yo, k15] 11 times, yo, k1, yo, k14, yo, k1 (center st), yo, k14, [yo, k1, yo, k15] 11 times, yo, k1, yo, k14, yo, k2—467 sts. ROW 2: K1, *k1, insert tip of left needle into the front of the 2 sts on the right needle and knit them tog; rep from * until all sts are BO.

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