Friday, May 8, 2009

17. Lace Edging

"Lace Edging" features faggoting along the upper edge and a row of widely spaced large eyelets against a garter stitch ground. The pattern gains 2 stitches in the first row and returns to the original number in the last of the 6-row repeat. However, as with 12. Tunician Lace, the contour of the lower edge is not affected by the stitch count change, because the first stitch of the row is slipped before the extra stitches are bound off inside the edge.



You can download the full-size chart, verbal instructions and notes here.

Next week: Double Diamond

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank you for your generosity!...Diana

yarnjourney said...

This is another trim that would be pretty with ribbon woven through the eyelets. Thanks for figuring it out and posting the pattern.

lanamfeci on ravelry said...

just discovered your blog, as I begin to take on laceweight shawl-knitting. wonderful!

Buckette said...

Your work is so beautiful. Thanks for all you do!