Doily

ronhuber's picture

Jedward led me to a site called Yarnover where I found this pattern. I used #6 cotton made here in Mexico and 3.25mm needles. It was a fun and fast project. Looking forward to trying some of the other patterns.

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scottly's picture

Very cool. I'm going hunting for the pattern now.

Scott

Mnjack's picture

That is really beautiful. I have a round table that would look great on. I have to go find the pattern. Nice work.

MMario's picture

Beware - Yarnover.comm can lead to uncontrolled lace knitting addiction.

I know from experience.

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TomH's picture

It's true. I've knit the following pattern well over a year ago but haven't blocked it yet.
Stor Lysedug Doily

Maybe I'll get it blocked this summer. (Along with my QAL #3, Mario.)

MMario's picture

Did I say a word? (Lately?)

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TomH's picture

Just don't give up on me!

Kerry's picture

Ron, that looks beautiful. Could it be expanded to make a shawl?

ronhuber's picture

I imagine it could. I rather liked it this size since it was so fast to knit up.

MMario's picture

it would be VERY easy to form a second round of the points; which would bring it up to about 135 100 rows; with some sort of edgeing, either knit around or knit on, "shawl" would be very reachable. - I's suggest fingering/sock weight on US 7 - 9 depending your personal gauge.

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Thor's picture

Hey, Ron...

Find any local patterns for Mantillas down there??

Those would be a challenging knit!

ronhuber's picture

I have never seen knitted lace here. It is always done in crochet.