Create a statement in lace, and wear it with pizzazz. Slimming chevrons and stylized fleur-de-lis arranged symmetrically in narrow lace bands are knitted from end- to-end in one piece — no grafting or seams to sew! This design is ideal for those who like their scarf ends to match without the hassle of grafting or provisional cast ons.
Got the lace bug? Here is a cute lace bookmark to make from a bit of hand knit lace edging and ribbon.
Spiraling Diamonds Lace-edged Towel e-Pattern
Turn an ordinary towel into something extraordinary. Whether for yourself or a gift for someone else, your Spiraling Diamonds Lace-edged Towel will have a special place in the heart and home.
Flared Lace Smoke Ring e-Pattern
Flared Lace Smoke Ring is designed with stunning knitted lace of ribs that radiate like a fan. The knitted tube is shaped in pattern so that the bottom is slightly flared. This makes a versatile accessory that can be worn pulled down around the neck to lay on the shoulders as a dressy cowl neckline, or pulled up over the head as an elegant head covering.
Note: This version of the pattern includes the written as well as charted instructions for the lace pattern stitches.
Irish Coffee Cozy e-Pattern
Go Green while celebrating luck and laughter in the Irish tradition. Basic knit stitch and an easy beading technique combine to make this cup huggie quick and fun to knit.
Moose Lace Afghan e-Pattern
This attractive, practical afghan is an example of "moose lace", i.e. lace knitted in a heavier yarn than usual. The lace makes this afghan lighter in weight for its size, yet pleasingly warm and snuggly.
Knit a bit of fictional history with this 39-star placemat size version of a red, white and blue flag. The lacy feather and fan stripes symbolize the flag waving in the breeze. The 5-pointed stars are created with a nifty combination of knit stitch and simple embroidery.
Note: This Americana pattern is not an actual U.S. flag, nor makes any claims to be. Out of reverence, of course you would want to protect and care for it as you would any of the precious items you knit.