Menu Close

Odd Edging

Sponsored Links

Sponsored Links

Diamond and circle lace knit edging knit from a Victorian era knitting pattern
from “The Ladies’ Guide to Elegant Lace Patterns, Etc.”

The sample was knit with size 10 perle cotton and 2.25mm needles and measures 4½ cm/1¾” wide

Pattern

In Words

Note: The (yo) twice on row 8 is made into 2 sts on the following row by working “k1, p1” into it.

Cast on 13 sts and knit 1 row.

Row 1 (RS): p3, k8, p2

Row 2 (WS): ssk, yo, p8, yo, sl1, k2tog, psso

Row 3: kfb, k10, p1

Row 4: sl 1, k1, yo, p2tog tbl, p4, p2tog, yo, k3

Row 5: kfb, p3, k6, p3

Row 6: sl 1, k2, yo, p2tog tbl, p2, p2tog, yo, k5

Row 7: kfb, p5, k4, p4

Row 8: sl 1, k3, yo, p2tog tbl, p2tog, yo, k1, k2tog, (yo) twice, k2tog, k2

Row 9: sl 1, p2, k1, p4, k2, p5

Row 10: sl 1, k1, k2tog, yo, k4, yo, k2tog, k3, k2tog

Row 11: sl 1, p4, k6, p3

Row 12: sl 1, k2tog, yo, k6, yo, k2tog, k1, k2tog

These 12 rows form the pattern. Repeat for desired length.

Chart

Click here if you would prefer a stitch map

Note: The (yo) twice on row 8 is made into 2 sts on the following row by working k1, p1 into it.

Cast on 13 sts and knit 1 row.

Chart for knitting Odd Edging

These 12 rows form the pattern. Repeat for desired length.


The original publication of this pattern is in the public domain. However, this modernised version, all charts and photographs are copyright Sarah Bradberry, August 15th 2014. All rights reserved.

Sponsored Links

Leave a Reply