Lace Collar Pattern No 1

ted lace collar with eyelet diamond points

This swatch was knit with fingering weight wool and 3.25mm needles. It shows 5 repeats of the pattern. Knit as many repeats as needed for your neck circumference.

Updated Pattern

In Words

Abbreviations

K = knit
P = purl
Yo = yarn over
K2tog = knit to stitches together

Pattern

This pattern can be knit with fine thread and suitable needles to create a delicate lace collar or thicker yarn and larger needles for a neck warmer. For a neck warmer, cast on extra stitches and leave them unworked at the end of rows 2, 6 and 10
Cast on 22sts and knit 1 row.
R1 (WS): k16, (yo, k2tog), twice, yo, k2
R2: k9, p11, turn leaving 3 sts unworked. Do not wrap your stitches when turning
R3: k14, (yo, k2tog), twice, yo, k2
R4: k10, p11, k3
R5: k18, (yo, k2tog), twice, yo, k2
R6: k11, p11, turn leaving 3 sts unworked. Do not wrap your stitches when turning
R7: p11, k5, (yo, k2tog), twice, yo, k2
R8: k26
R9: k3, p11, k6, (yo, k2tog), twice, yo, k2
R10: k24, turn leaving 3 sts unworked. Do not wrap your stitches when turning
R11: p11, k7, (yo, k2tog), twice, yo, k2
R12: Bind off 6, k21 (22sts)
Rows 1 – 12 form the pattern. Repeat for the desired length.

Charted

This pattern can be knit with fine thread and suitable needles to create a delicate lace collar or thicker yarn and larger needles for a neck warmer. For a neck warmer, cast on extra stitches and leave them unworked at the end of rows 3, 7 and 11
Cast on 22sts
Chart for knitting lace collar pattern 1
Rows 2 – 13 form the pattern. Repeat for the desired length.

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