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Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Lace Rib Shawl or Scarf Pattern

Lace Rib Shawl or Scarf  Pattern@ 2003 By N.L. Banks

This pattern can be worked with a 4 ply yarn or a 1 ply acrylic yarn.   Appx size 9 inches by 50 inches.

Size 10 knitting needles
Row counter
Stitch markers
2 skeins 4 ply acrylic yarn (I used Pattons one pounder in Pink)
 OR 3 or 4 skeins of a 1 ply yarn ( 200 grams.) for shawl

Note: If you have never worked a lace type project before, it would be easier for you if you used a very light colored yarn, (not a variegated one) and stitch markers between each group of stitches, (between the k 1, p1, k1, & the five open work stitches).

Cast on 67 for shawl or 27 for scarf

Seeding rows 1 to 3: K 1, P 1, across row.

Row 1:  * K 1, p1, k1, (place marker), k5, (place marker) *, repeat from
              * to * across row, end (place marker) K 1, p1, k1. Slip markers as you come
                 to them.

Row 2 & 4 K 1, p1, k1,  * p5, k 1, p1, k1 *, repeat from * to * across row, end k1, p1, k1.

Row 3:   * K 1, p1, k1, (slip next stitch to right hand needle,) 2x, insert left hand needle into the back loops of the two slipped stitches and move to the left needle, then k 2 tog, yo, k 1, yo, sl 1, k 1, psso*, repeat from * to * across row, end K 1, p1, k1.

Repeat rows 1 to 4 for length desired or 49 pattern repeats, then do row 1,

Seeding rows 1 to 3: K 1, P 1, across row, bind off. Weave in ends.

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Anonymous said...

Question - when slipping your stitches x2 do you mean P or K?

Nina's At My House said...

knit wise, Nina

Anonymous said...

Thanks! Love the pattern.

Catherine said...

Oh, I'm sorry. 9x50 inches. oops!

Catherine Paciotti said...

I have worked through two skeins of Cloudborn Highland sport yarn. I cast on 86 stitches, which is a nice width for a shawl, and I really love this stitch. Do you have this pattern on Ravelry? I can't find it, and I'd like to include it in my projects notebook. Thanks.

Nina's At My House said...

the pattern is for a shawl or scarf.