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"12 Easy Lace Knitting Patterns" eBook

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Homemade knit items too often have the reputation of being bulky or unrefined. This collection of lace knitting patterns demonstrates the more elegant side of knitting. Knit in more complicated openwork designs, these items are light, breezy and very impressive. Intended for intermediate knitters, these 12 free lace knitting patterns include afghans, cardigans, scarves and more. Both kids and adults can benefit from these beautiful patterns.

Lace knitting patterns like the 12 in this collection produce heirloom quality gifts for birthdays, baby showers, Mother’s Day and more.

 

Easy Lace Knitting Patterns eBook

 

 

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Included in this eBook:
 

Knitting Lace Afghans
 

Lace Cable Afghan (pg. 7)- Our favorite of the knitting lace afghans, this pattern uses a unique branching, lace design.
 

Lace Top Knitting Patterns
 

Eyelet Knit Top (pg. 14)- This short-sleeve sweater lace knitting pattern features an eyelet design running throughout. Back and front portions are idential making this an easy lace knitting pattern too.
 

Lacy Knit Cardigan (pg. 16)- For work or play, this lace cardigan knitting pattern is lovely. This lightweight lace cardigan is great for warmer or transition months.
 

Easy Lace Scarves and Wraps
 

Easy Lace Shawl (pg. 21) - This quick and easy lace knitting pattern requires no seaming and looks great for an evening wrap.
 

Green Lace Scarf (pg. 20) - With or without beaded trim, this lace scarf is a lovely way to top off an outfit. Check out this free lace scarf knitting pattern for a great holiday gift.
 

Lace Patterns for Kids and Babies
 

Baby Layette (pg. 24)- Great for baptisms, Easter or family photographs, this lacy layette includes a bonnet, jacket and matching booties all accented with white ribbon.

 

 

Easy Lace Knitting Patterns eBook

 

 

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me gusta el libro

I can't see any patterns on the e-book after downloading...

I have seen pm as an instruction for place marker and understand what that is, but I also see sm with the instruction to slip marker without the meaning listed for this instruction. Can anyone tell me what slip marker means esp. when there is no marker already in that space to slip (off? or from one needle?) Thank you.

I hope someone has told you by now that "slip marker" just means transfer the marker from one needle to the other. There are two ways to do this: Stick the non-marker needle's tip inside the marker and gently guide the marker over or just move it from one needle to another with your fingers. I have used both methods and have found fingers work best. The markers tend to pop off onto the rug using the needle method. Happy knitting!

In your "Lace Knitting Patterns" eBook, you use the abbreviation "yfwd". It is not listed in the abbreviations in the book or on your web site. I'm wondering if you intend a yarn forward around needle thus creating a hole for the lace pattern and a new stitch on the purl row or to move the yarn from the back to the front which would be used as a pass over after knitting the next stitch, which is contrary to the sequence of the pattern stitches. See Lacy Knit Cardigan pattern. Has anyone knit this sweater and can you help?

30 years of knitting - cabling I can do blindfolded, lace I always struggle with tremendously, but these lace patterns, the needle sizes and pattern repeats look like a great way to start getting the hang of lace. I am going to start the wrap now and try the short sleeved sweater next. Yeah!

I didn't think these patterns were particularly refined or classy. And they're just a collection of patterns that are available elsewhere individually. I did find one pattern I like, though.

THANK you very very much I realy realy love this BOOK THANK YOU

There are so many patterns in this book - I will be able to refer to in future. Thanks Margaret

This book is wonderful and will keep you knitting all winter long! It's great! and has all stitches used and defined (abbrev.s).

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