Saturday, July 7, 2012

Horseshoe Lace

Sample knit with Patons Grace on US Size  6 needles

This pattern is easier than it looks, and creates a nice cast on edge, as you can see.

Cast on a multiple of 10 +1

Rows 1 and 3: (WS) Purl
Row 2: K1 *YO, K3, Sl 1-K2tog-PSSO, K3, YO, K1*
Row 4: P1 *K1, YO, K2, Sl 1-K2tog-PSSO, K2, YO, K1, P1*
Rows 5 and 7: K1 *P9, K1*
Row 6: P1 *K2, YO, K1, Sl 1-K2tog-PSSO, K1, YO, K2, P1*
Row 8: P1 *K3, YO, Sl 1-K2tog-PSSO, YO, K3, P1*

Repeat these eight rows for the pattern.

Here is the video.  Happy Knitting, and Enjoy!


andrea ramos said...

why does it say (WS) on rows 1 and 3

Sapphires-N-Purls said...

Hi Andrea
WS means the wrong side of the fabric.

Kevin Lopez said...

Could you use this lace stitch for a semi circle shawl?

Sapphires-N-Purls said...

Sure can!

Peggy Keyes said...

I do not understand the +1. The pattern appears to have 10 stitches. What happens to that +1 stitch?

Peggy Keyes said...

I answered my own question. It makes a boarder on the other side. Thank you for making my brain work.

Sapphires-N-Purls said...

Many stitch patterns have one or more balancing stitches, the pattern wouldn't work without them. The extra stitches aren't considered a border.

Peggy Keyes said...

Thank you, Sapphires-N-Purls, I finally figured that out after many trips to Google and Youtube.

sudobel said...

Gostaria tanto que tivesse essa receita traduzida nao consigo entende la em ingles e tenho vontade de fazer esse ponto e em ingles ta dificil amiga.

Sapphires-N-Purls said...

Desculpe, eu só falo inglês. Você pode tentar inserir instruções no Google Tradutor.