Friday, June 26, 2009

24. Untitled Edging

Here's another pattern without a name. The garter stitch edging combines fagotting along the top with large eyelets arranged within the saw-tooth lower edge. The stitch count increases with every eyelet row, from 11 to 19, and the added stitches are bound off in the last row of the 12-row repeat.



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

The right side and wrong side of this pattern are indistinguishable from one another, making it suitable for a wide variety of purposes.

Next time: Lace Pattern

2 comments:

yarnjourney said...

This one is very pretty. It would flare nicely on a curved edge. Reversibility is a useful design feature too. Thanks again for sharing all these patterns.

Mandy said...

What an attractive edging. As yarnjouney said, the fact that it is reversible makes it so useful too.