LACE PATTERN N°3 of Mystery Lace Blanket KAL 2020

LACE PATTERN N° 3

PLEASE NOTE that there are some prep rows in this pattern.

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Enjoy the pattern 🧶, and talk to you soon!

Ceci

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THE ENTIRE PATTERN (written and charted) IS BELOW.

You can purchase the pattern for the individual square in a high quality PDF file HERE

Do you want to support (or keep supporting) my work? 

You can now buy the final PDF file containing all 16 patterns of my Mystery Lace Blanket KAL HERE. 63 pages that include general details of the project, photos, written intructions and charted instructions to make both versions of the blanket (individual blocks and seamless), plus instructions for 3 lace pattern separators.

As a “Lace Stitch Patterns” minibook it could be a great resource for your future projects!

Mystery Lace Blanket KAL preview

REMEMBER that you can contact me at any time if you need help to adapt a pattern to make an entire blanket or dishtowel with it. I’ll be happy to help 😊


LACE N°3 pattern, lace dishcloth, lace knitting pattern, lace free pattern

ABBREVIATIONS

  • CO: cast on
  • BO: bind off
  • RS: right side
  • WS: wrong side
  • st: stitch
  • k: knit
  • p: purl
  • k2tog: knit 2 sts together
  • skp: slip 1 st as if to knit, knit 1 st, pass the slipped st over
  • yo: yarn over

INSTRUCTIONS FOR INDIVIDUAL SQUARES

– CO 65 sts with US 6 (4 mm) needles.

I always cast on and bind off stitches with larger needles than I use for the main work. This prevent my cast on and bind off rows from being too tight.

– With US 4 (3,5 mm) needles, knit 6 rows.

Slip first stitch on every row as if you were to knit it, but without knitting it (except on the first row). It will form a neat and sturdy border.

– Continue working as follows:

5 garter sts, LACE PATTERN N°3 over 55 sts, 5 garter sts.

Work 9 times the LACE PATTERN N°3 complete (and 2 prep rows before the pattern and 1 after; see written and charted instructions for more details. I included the preparation rows there.)

– Knit 6 rows.

– Bind off with US 6 (4 mm) needle. Cut yarn and weave in ends.

– Block your square to its final measures.

3b@0,25x

LACE PATTERN N°3 – Written Instructions

  • Over 18 sts and 10 rows. I added 1 more st to complete an internal space of 55 sts.
  • Repeat instructions between brackets as many times as needed. For this block, make them a total of 3 times.
  • In this block you’ll need to make 3 preparation rows: 2 BEFORE the lace pattern repeats and 1 BEFORE the top garter st band (after the lace pattern repeats are finished).

Initial Prep Row 1) (RS) [p1, k16, p1], p1

Initial Prep Row 2) k1, [k1, p16, k1]

Row 1) (RS) [p1, k4, k2tog, yo, k4, yo, skp, k4, p1], p1

Row 2) k1, [k1, p16, k1]

Row 3) [p1, k3, k2tog, yo, k6, yo, skp, k3, p1], p1

Row 4) k1, [k1, p16, k1]

Row 5) [p1, k2, k2tog, yo, k8, yo, skp, k2, p1], p1

Row 6) k1, [k1, p6, k4, p6, k1]

Row 7) [p1, k1, k2tog, yo, k10, yo, skp, k1, p1], p1

Row 8) k1, [k1, p6, k4, p6, k1]

Row 9) [p1, k2tog, yo, k12, yo, skp, p1], p1

Row 10) k1, [k1, p6, k4, p6, k1]

Final Prep Row) (RS) [p1, k16, p1], p1

LACE PATTERN N° 3 – Chart

  • Read all odd rows from right to left, and all even rows from left to right.
  • Repeat the grey painted part as many times as the pattern calls for (3 times horizontally in the case of this block).
  • You need to make 3 preparation rows: 2 BEFORE the lace pattern repeats and 1 BEFORE the top garter st band (after all lace pattern repeats are finished).
    I included all in the chart, so you do not forget them if you’re only following the charted instructions.

3 - chart

LACE N°3 pattern, lace dishcloth, lace knitting pattern, lace free pattern


INSTRUCTIONS TO MAKE THE BLANKET SEAMLESS

  • Work back and forth on circular needles to accommodate all stitches.
  • The following instructions will guide you to make a blanket with 8 rows in garter stitch at the bottom and top ends, and 6 garter stitches at each lateral edge. Feel free to change it to your liking!
  • If you decide to use the provisional cast-on method to add a knitted border after finishing the blanket, cast on 195 sts instead of 200, and proceed to the first lace pattern directly.

AFTER knitting lace pattern N°2 and the garter st rows (or one of the lace patterns separators I shared for the seamless version of this KAL), you’ll have 195 sts again in your needle.

Continue working as follows:

6 garter sts, LACE PATTERN N°3 over 183 sts, 6 garter sts

After knitting the Lace Pattern for 4’’ (10 cm), ending with a WS row, work 4 rows
in garter stitch, increasing 5 sts evenly in the first row (you end up with 200 sts)
and decreasing 5 sts evenly in the last row (you end up with 195 sts again).

I calculated the final length for the seamless blanket assuming that each lace pattern is to be knitted for approx. 4’’ (10 cm), with 4 rows of garter stitch in between lace patterns.

LACE PATTERN N°3 – Written Instructions, seamless version

  • Over 18 sts and 10 rows. I added 1 more st to complete an internal space of 183 sts.
  • Repeat instructions between brackets as many times as needed. For this block, make them a total of 10 times.

Initial Prep Row 1) (RS) p1, [p1, k16, p1], p2

Initial Prep Row 2) k2, [k1, p16, k1], k1

Row 1) (RS) p1, [p1, k4, k2tog, yo, k4, yo, skp, k4, p1], p2

Row 2) k2, [k1, p16, k1], k1

Row 3) p1, [p1, k3, k2tog, yo, k6, yo, skp, k3, p1], p2

Row 4) k2, [k1, p16, k1], k1

Row 5) p1, [p1, k2, k2tog, yo, k8, yo, skp, k2, p1], p2

Row 6) k2, [k1, p6, k4, p6, k1], k1

Row 7) p1, [p1, k1, k2tog, yo, k10, yo, skp, k1, p1], p2

Row 8) k2, [k1, p6, k4, p6, k1], k1

Row 9) p1, [p1, k2tog, yo, k12, yo, skp, p1], p2

Row 10) k2, [k1, p6, k4, p6, k1], k1

LACE PATTERN N° 3 – Chart, seamless version

  • Read all odd rows from right to left, and all even rows from left to right.
  • Repeat the grey painted part as many times as the pattern calls for
    (10 times horizontally in the case of this section).

3 - chart seamless

 

STITCH GLOSSARY

Garter Stitch

k all sts, all rows.


Do you want to support (or keep supporting) my work? 

You can now buy the final PDF file containing all 16 patterns of my Mystery Lace Blanket KAL HERE. 63 pages that include general details of the project, photos, written intructions and charted instructions to make both versions of the blanket (individual blocks and seamless), plus instructions for 3 lace pattern separators.

As a “Lace Stitch Patterns” minibook it could be a great resource for your future projects!

Mystery Lace Blanket KAL preview

REMEMBER that you can contact me at any time if you need help to adapt a pattern to make an entire blanket or dishtowel with it. I’ll be happy to help 😊

 


© Cecilia Fameli, 2020. The instructions, charts, photos, and illustrations contained in this post are subject to copyright protections. The pattern is for personal use only and may not be used for profit. You can, however, sell items made with this pattern. Thanks in advance for being respectful with my work.

3 Comments on “LACE PATTERN N°3 of Mystery Lace Blanket KAL 2020

  1. Casting on tonight! I think I am actually going to have a blanket when August comes around. I am so excited!! Thank you Ceci!!

  2. When is clue 4 going to be released the date said March 16 but I can’t find it

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