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Pretty Curtain Border

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Knitted sample of a very wide lace with a wide band of lace stripes and triangular edging.

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This pattern was published in “the Dawn” newspaper on September 1st, 1895. It has been updated into modern knitting terms, charted and test knit by Sarah Bradberry.

The Pattern

In Words

Cast on 25sts and knit one row.

Row 1 (WS): K2, [yok2tog] 9 times, k3, yok(26 sts).

Row 2: K6, [yok2tog] 9 times, k2.

Row 3: K2, [yok2tog] 9 times, k4, yok(27 sts).

Row 4: K7, [yok2tog] 9 times, k2.

Row 5: K2, [yok2tog] 9 times, k5, yok(28 sts).

Row 6: K8, [yok2tog] 9 times, k2.

Row 7: K2, [yok2tog] 9 times, k6, yok(29 sts).

Row 8: K9, [yok2tog] 9 times, k2.

Row 9: K2, [yok2tog] 9 times, k7, yok(30 sts).

Row 10: K10, [yok2tog] 9 times, k2.

Row 11: K2, [yok2tog] 9 times, k8, yok(31 sts).

Row 12: BO 6 stsk4, [yok2tog] 9 times, k(25 sts).

Rows 1 to 12 form the pattern. Repeat for the desired length.

Charted

Cast on 25 sts and knit one row.

Chart for knitting Pretty Curtain Border

Rows 1 to 12 form the pattern. Repeat for the desired length.

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