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Sea Shell Lace from "The Ladies' Guide to Elegant Lace Patterns, Etc."

Wide knitted shell lace with eyelet triangles

The sample was knit with size 10 perle cotton and 2.25mm needles and measures 9½ cm/3¾" wide

Pattern

Note: Double yarn overs are made into two stitches on the following row by working "k1, p1" into them.

Cast on 32 sts and knit one row

Row 1 (RS): k2, (yo, p2tog) four times, k2, (yo) twice, p2tog, k17, yo, p1

Row 2 (WS): yo, p2tog, k19, p1, k2, (yo, p2tog) four times, k2

Row 3: k2, (yo, p2tog) four times, k22, yo, p2tog

Row 4: yo, p2tog, k22, (yo, p2tog) four times, k2

Row 5: k2, (yo, p2tog) four times, k2, [(yo) twice, p2tog] two times, k16, yo, p2tog

Row 6: yo, p2tog, k18, (p1, k2) twice, (yo, p2tog) four times, k2

Row 7: k2, (yo, p2tog) four times, k24, yo, p2tog

Row 8: yo, p2tog, k24, (yo, p2tog) four times, k2

Row 9: k2, (yo, p2tog) four times, k2, [(yo) twice, p2tog] three times, k16, yo, p2tog

Row 10: yo, p2tog, k18, (p1, k2) three times, (yo, p2tog) four times, k2

Row 11: k2, (yo, p2tog) four times, k27, yo, p2tog

Row 12: yo, p2tog, k27, (yo, p2tog) four times, k2

Row 13: k2, (yo, p2tog) four times, k2, [(yo) twice, p2tog] four times, k17, yo, p2tog

Row 14: yo, p2tog, k19, (p1, k2) four times, (yo, p2tog) four times, k2

Row 15: k2, (yo, p2tog) four times, k31, yo, p2tog

Row 16: yo, p2tog, k31, (yo, p2tog) four times, k2

Row 17: k2, (yo, p2tog) four times, k2, [(yo) twice, p2tog] five times, k19, yo, p2tog

Row 18: yo, p2tog, k21, (p1, k2) five times, (yo, p2tog) four times, k2

Row 19: k2, (yo, p2tog) four times, k36, yo, p2tog

Row 20: yo, p2tog, k1, on left hand needle, pass the next 16sts over the first stitch, k19, (yo, p2tog) four times, k2

Rows 1-20 form the pattern. Repeat for length desired.

Chart

Note: Double yarn overs are made into two stitches on the following row by working "k1, p1" into them.

Cast on 32 sts and knit one row

(Chart will print to the full width of the page)

Chart for knitting Sea Shell Lace

Rows 1-20 form the pattern. Repeat for length desired.


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