Lace-edged Doily (September)

A featured pattern in the Bits of Lace 2012 Project Series

Decorate a cloth doily with a dainty lace edging knitted of fine thread. This showpiece lace-edged doily will look amazing anywhere you want a little something to protect furniture while displaying your lace knitting at the same time.

If you missed the knit-along for Lace-edged Doily, you can purchase the pattern now and still take advantage of free support articles for making this project.

Lace-edged Doily  e-Pattern (expanded 4-page edition)
Decorate a cloth doily with a dainty lace edging knitted of fine thread. This showpiece lace-edged doily will look amazing anywhere you want a little something to protect furniture while displaying your lace knitting at the same time. This expanded edition of the pattern includes tutorial sections for Crochet Provisional Cast On and Stockinette Kitchener Stitch Grafting in pdf format.
Price: $6.00

Knit along, learn along, and enjoy the making!

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4 Responses to Lace-edged Doily (September)

  1. Pat F from MA says:

    Jackie, I am also getting sent around in a circle. I logged in and it only shows the download for $6. This is what it shows at the top right of the page.
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    • jackiees says:

      If you see a “Download” button, then it is free. Sounds like you’ve done things correctly. Just click the “Download” button. Depending on how you have your computer is set up, the file will to to whatever download folder you have designated on your computer, or come up in your web browser window. The price above is what you would have paid if you check out with a “Buy Now” button.

  2. Connie Raby says:

    Dear Jackie,
    Please disregard my emails. I just tried logging in again and this time it worked. I apologize for contacting you in excess and appreciate so much the pattern and opportunity to participate in this wonderful project! Blessings to you!

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