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FEMININE LACE

Sep 24, 2010
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Knitting in Spain shows the influences of the stranded knitting of North Africa and the Christian motifs created for liturgical purposes. It is considered by many to be the cradle of lace knitting. This pattern can be found in Stephanie van der Linden's Around the World in Knitted Socks.


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helen kulak wrote
on Oct 2, 2010 6:18 AM

Hello.  I have a question about the Feminine Lace sock pattern in the "Around the World in Knitted Socks".  Completed the cuffs but when I began the leg section, I have a question about the graph before I proceed.  The leg graph identifies 32 stitches in eachg row, and if I were to repeat this once, that would give me 64 stitches.  I have 84 stitches on my needles so, do I just begin the repeat graph row again and end after the 20 remaining stitches are worked?  Thanks for your help! 

helen kulak wrote
on Oct 2, 2010 6:18 AM

Hello.  I have a question about the Feminine Lace sock pattern in the "Around the World in Knitted Socks".  Completed the cuffs but when I began the leg section, I have a question about the graph before I proceed.  The leg graph identifies 32 stitches in eachg row, and if I were to repeat this once, that would give me 64 stitches.  I have 84 stitches on my needles so, do I just begin the repeat graph row again and end after the 20 remaining stitches are worked?  Thanks for your help! 

helen kulak wrote
on Oct 2, 2010 6:18 AM

Hello.  I have a question about the Feminine Lace sock pattern in the "Around the World in Knitted Socks".  Completed the cuffs but when I began the leg section, I have a question about the graph before I proceed.  The leg graph identifies 32 stitches in eachg row, and if I were to repeat this once, that would give me 64 stitches.  I have 84 stitches on my needles so, do I just begin the repeat graph row again and end after the 20 remaining stitches are worked?  Thanks for your help! 

helen kulak wrote
on Oct 2, 2010 6:18 AM

Hello.  I have a question about the Feminine Lace sock pattern in the "Around the World in Knitted Socks".  Completed the cuffs but when I began the leg section, I have a question about the graph before I proceed.  The leg graph identifies 32 stitches in eachg row, and if I were to repeat this once, that would give me 64 stitches.  I have 84 stitches on my needles so, do I just begin the repeat graph row again and end after the 20 remaining stitches are worked?  Thanks for your help!