Knitted Insertion for Ribbon, 1875


Knitted Insertion (Lace) for Ribbon, 1875


Materials:- Crochet cotton No.12, steel pins No.14.

Cast on 6 stitches.

1st Row: Plain knitting.

2nd Row: Slip one as if for purling, slip one [knitwise], knit one, pass slipped stitch over, make one, slip one [knitwise], knit one, pass slipped stitch over, knit one.

3rd Row: Slip one as if for purling, knit one, (knit one, purl one) in the made stitch, knit two.

Repeat the last two rows for the required length.

To use, pass narrow ribbon in and out through the holes in the knitting.

If worked with very fine crochet thread and lace knitting needles, this insertion can be fine enough to be used without the ribbon as entredeux.

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