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Fancy Top for Socks or Mittens

Here's another pattern suitable for the top of socks of mittens. I've rewritten and charted the pattern to be knitted flat but to knit it in the round you only have to change the odd rows from purl to knit.
You can find the chart and written pattern on my website.


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Jan. 5th, 2009 10:15 pm (UTC)
new fancy top mittens/socks
That's pretty and thank you. I'm glad to get back to fitterknitter. I tried for a long time and could never get in.

Hope you are well. Have a great year.

Best wishes
Jan. 11th, 2009 05:42 am (UTC)
Just Jan again a few day later. Just wanted to let you know of a typo of sorts in one of the lace patterns.

The chart for coral stripe on row 5 shows an inverted "v" at beginning and centre of pattern repeat. The key which is actually printed on this page says inverted "v' means to slip. I thought this sounded strange but did it. Of course my stitch count was way out at end of repeat. When I look on your link to stitch symbols, i see it means slip, knit 2 tog, psso. That of course makes much more sense and also shows why I thought it was strange. I thought I'd let you know so you could amend the legend on the chart for that pattern. Chart itself is fine, just legend needs expanding for that symbol.

Thanks for the pretty patterns.
Jan. 11th, 2009 06:51 pm (UTC)
No, the inverted V (according to my charts) is a slip 1, k2tog, psso.
The normal "V" is slip 1 stitch with yarn in back. Someone this got deleted from the chart, but it's on there now.
The symbol for thie sl 1kw, k1, psso is found on the chart for 2A
Apr. 13th, 2009 11:05 pm (UTC)
hi just browsing and found your link on danish shawls and would like to know if you have a free pattern for one. I'm a newbie but know how to use circular needles on simple patterns. Thanx
Apr. 14th, 2009 01:12 am (UTC)
To Anonymous
I'm sorry, but I've never designed or knitted a lace shawl. I get bored so easily. That's why I've stuck to rewriting and charting swatches. There's a lot of free lace shawl patterns on the internet. Just google "knitted lace shawl patterns" and you will come up with a huge selection.
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