LACE PATTERNS SEPARATORS

lace patterns separators for Mystery Lace Blanket KAL 2020, ohlalana lace pattern

LACE PATTERNS SEPARATORS for MYSTERY LACE BLANKET KAL 2020 (seamless version)

I knitted 3 options for separators between lace patterns, in case you wanted something different to the Garter Stitch rows I proposed for the seamless version of the MKAL.

Since we’ll be using 15 different lace patterns, I think it’s important to knit the same separator to connect them, thus providing some homogeneity to the blanket.

lace patterns separators for Mystery Lace Blanket KAL 2020, ohlalana lace pattern

Let me know what you think! Do you like them? Will you use any of them? I’ll read your comments below.

  • If you choose any of this separators, please NOTE that you should work row 1) AFTER working your last WS row of the lace pattern, without working any additional row.
  • Always repeat instructions between brackets.
  • I wrote the approximate length of each separator after following these instructions. Of course, you could add more rows if you prefer to increase the length.
  • I included the 6 garter sts at each side to avoid confusion.

A) BROKEN RIB separator (1.5” / 3,5 cm)

This lace pattern separator is great if you want something more “solid-looking” between lace patterns.

broken rib, separators for Mystery Lace Blanket KAL 2020, ohlalana lace pattern

Row 1) (RS) k all sts while increasing 6 sts evenly (you’ll end up with 201 sts).

Row 2) k all sts

Row 3) k6, [k1, p1], k7

Row 4) k6, p1, [k1, p1], k6

Row 5) k all sts

Row 6) k all sts

Row 7) k6, [k1, p1], k7

Row 8) k6, p1, [k1, p1], k6

Row 9) k all sts

Row 10) k all sts

Row 11) k6, [k1, p1], k7

Row 12) k6, p1, [k1, p1], k6

Row 13) k all sts

Row 14) k all sts while decreasing 6 sts evenly (you’ll end up with 195 sts).

You’re ready to proceed to the next lace pattern 😊


B) FAN separator (1.5” / 3,5 cm)

In case of this lace pattern separator, you won’t need to decrease or increase sts. You’ll be working with 195 sts, just as before.

FAN lace pattern, lace patterns separators for Mystery Lace Blanket KAL 2020, ohlalana lace pattern

Row 1) (RS) k all sts

Row 2) k all sts

Row 3) k7, [k1, yo, k1, yo, skp, skp, k1, k2tog, k2tog, yo, k1, yo], k8

Row 4) k6, p all sts until 6 sts remain in needle, k6

Row 5) k all sts

Row 6) k all sts

Row 7) k7, [k1, yo, k1, yo, skp, skp, k1, k2tog, k2tog, yo, k1, yo], k8

Row 8) k6, p all sts until 6 sts remain in needle, k6

Row 9) k all sts

Row 10) k all sts

You’re ready to proceed to the next lace pattern 😊


C) BROAD separator (2” / 5 cm)

If you choose this one, you won’t need to decrease or increase sts either. You’ll be working with 195 sts, just as before.

BROAD lace pattern, lace patterns separators for Mystery Lace Blanket KAL 2020, ohlalana lace pattern

Row 1) (RS) k all sts

Row 2) k all sts

Row 3) k all sts

Row 4) k all sts

Row 5) k6, [k1, yo, k4, skp, k1, k2tog, k4, yo], k7

Row 6) k6, p all sts until 6 sts remain in needle, k6

Row 7) k6, [k1, yo, k4, skp, k1, k2tog, k4, yo], k7

Row 8) k6, p all sts until 6 sts remain in needle, k6

Row 9) k6, [k1, yo, k4, skp, k1, k2tog, k4, yo], k7

Row 10) k6, p all sts until 6 sts remain in needle, k6

Row 11) k all sts

Row 12) k all sts

Row 13) k all sts

Row 14) k all sts

You’re ready to proceed to the next lace pattern 😊

 


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© 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.

8 Comments on “LACE PATTERNS SEPARATORS

    • No, these are some suggestions for the seamless version. All the squares in the blocks version will have borders of garter st.
      I’m happy to hear you’re having fun!! Hugs to you

      • Thank a million. That is what I thought but wanted to be sure. Your website is so robust that I knew you would have mentioned it if it applied to the block version. Hugs back! Regina
        P.S. If I were doing the seamless, I would definitely pick the broken rib.

      • Thank you! I see we think alike, that’s just what I’m knitting for my seamless blanket 🙂

  1. While I’m tempted by the fan pattern (and not just because it was the first lace pattern I learned way back in 1960 something) the broken rib does make more of a contrast against the lace patterns so I will be going with that. Thanks for all the fun Cecilia!

    • Thank you Dawn! Yes, I believe the same thing about the broken rib 😊 But I included the others because I know some people do like “lace separators” for “lace projects”. This way, I think I’m offering something for everyone taste. xo

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