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Lace Rib Panel

Knit Lace Rib Panel from Handmade by Stacy J

The Lace Rib Panel is a great way to get started if you haven’t knit lace before. The Lace Rib Panel is worked over 7 stitches and 4 rows – easy peasy, right? The video shows you step by step how to work the stitch which is really beautiful! (Oh! And, I apologize ahead of time. When you listen to the background, my little dog was snoring ๐Ÿ˜‚).


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Difficulty level:

Easy

Stitches used:

Knit (k)

Purl (p)

Yarn Over (yo)


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Special Stitches used:

Skpo: Slip, knit, pass over (slip one stitch purl wise, knit the next st, then pass slipped stitch over – one stitch decreased)

Sk2po: Slip, k2tog, pass over (slip one st purlwise, knit next 2 stitches together, then pass slipped stitch over – 2 stitches decreased)

Materials Needed:

Paintbox Yarns – Simply DK (100% Acrylic; 100g / 3.5oz; Light #3 weight); Color #131 Seafoam Blue

KnitPicks Straight Knitting needles, size 6 (4.00 mm)

Directions for the Lace Rib Panel:

For sample, I cast on 17 for a border of rev st st of 5 sts on each side. Directions below reflect only the lace portion of the pattern.

1 (RS): P1, yo, skpo, k1, k2tog, yo, p1

2 (WS): K1, p5, k1

3: P1, k1, yo, sk2po, yo, k1, p1

4: K1, p5, k1

Rep rows 1-4 until desired length is reached, binding off on row 4 as pattern.

If you prefer to be able a pdf, there is a free downloadable pdf below:

I hope you enjoy the tutorial and find it helpful! Please remember to tag me @handmadebystacyj so that I can see your makes. Thank you so much!

๐Ÿ’• Stacy J

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