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Zig-Zag Lace

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Knitted sample of a garter stitch insertion with two double rows of eyelets in a zig-zag or sawtooth pattern.

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Originally published in The Weekly Times on the 29th of October, 1904

Pattern

In Words

Cast on 36 stitches and kit one row.

Row 1 (WS): K4, yo, k2tog, k2, yo, k2tog, k12, yo, k2tog, k2, yo, k2tog, k8.

Row 2, and every alternate row: Knit.

Row 3: K5, yok2togk2, yok2togk12, yok2togk2, yok2togk7.

Row 5: K6, yok2togk2, yok2togk12, yok2togk2, yok2togk6.

Row 7: K7, yok2togk2, yok2togk12, yok2togk2, yok2togk5.

Row 9: K8, yok2togk2, yok2togk12, yok2togk2, yok2togk4.

Row 11: K9, yok2togk2, yok2togk12, yok2togk2, yok2togk3.

Row 13: K7, k2togyok2, k2togyok12, k2togyok2, k2togyok5.

Row 15: K6, k2togyok2, k2togyok12, k2togyok2, k2togyok6.

Row 17: K5, k2togyok2, k2togyok12, k2togyok2, k2togyok7.

Row 19: K4, k2togyok2, k2togyok12, k2togyok2, k2togyok8.

Row 21: K3, k2togyok2, k2togyok12, k2togyok2, k2togyok9.

Row 22: Knit

Rows 1 to 22 form the pattern. Repeat for the desired length.

Charted

Cast on 36 stitches and kit one row.

Chart for knitting Zig-Zag Lace

Rows 1 to 22 form the pattern. Repeat for the desired length.

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