STITCH PAT­TERNS

The Knitter - - Mairead -

the prob­lem of the colours for the next row be­ing at the ‘other end’, slip the stitches back and work from the end where the colours are - this can mean work­ing on the same side for two rows.

RA­ZOR LACE PAT­TERN

(mul­ti­ple of 10 sts) Rnd 1: Knit. Rnd 2: K1, *yo, K3, sk2po, K3, yo, K1; rep from * to last 9 sts, yo, K3, sk2po, K3, yo. Rep th­ese 2 rnds for pat­tern.

TWISTED RIB

Rnd 1: *K1tbl; P1; rep from * to end. Rep this rnd for pat­tern. Next row (WS): Cast off 6 ( 7: 7: 8: 9: 10: 11) sts, patt to cast-off of pre­vi­ous row, turn. 98 ( 106: 116: 124: 132: 140: 148) sts rem for Back. Cont in patt on th­ese Back sts only, cast off 4 sts at beg of next 2 rows, then dec 1 st at each end of ev­ery RS row 5( 5: 7: 10: 13: 14: 17) times. 80 ( 88: 94: 96: 98: 104: 106) sts. Work even in patt on th­ese sts un­til work meas 19 ( 19 :20 : 21 :22: 23: 24) cm from arm­hole, end­ing af­ter a WS row. Cut yarn. Place 19 ( 23: 25: 25: 25: 27: 27) sts at each end of Back on sep­a­rate hold­ers for shoul­ders, then place cen­tre 42 ( 42: 44: 46: 48: 50: 52) sts of Back on holder for neck.

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