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Knitting a lace edging onto live stitches.

Вязание: Технология и Узоры

Knitting a lace edging onto live stitches.

Based on Willow leaf. Note that the points shown along the left edge in the swatch photo are courtesy of a bit of sway in the pattern and a fair amount of assertive blocking: the stitch count actually remains constant throughout.

Based on Willow leaf. Note that the points shown along the left edge in the swatch photo are courtesy of a bit of sway in the pattern and a fair amount of assertive blocking: the stitch count actually remains constant throughout.

Leaf Lace edging, v2 - with chart

Leaf Lace edging, v2 - with chart

The beauty of the knitted-on border is that it is not only very decorative, but also very elastic. This makes it perfect for finishing a shawl or blanket.

The beauty of the knitted-on border is that it is not only very decorative, but also very elastic. This makes it perfect for finishing a shawl or blanket.

Working a knitted-on border - A tutorial by La Visch Designs - www.lavisch.com

Working a knitted-on border - A tutorial by La Visch Designs - www.lavisch.com

Working a knitted-on border - A tutorial by La Visch Designs - www.lavisch.com

Working a knitted-on border - A tutorial by La Visch Designs - www.lavisch.com

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