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Knitted doilies

by Jane
(Janesville, WI )


I do not understand the following:
O leaving 6 yarn bars, O, k1 under the O




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May 28, 2018
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Knitted Doily Patterns
by: Ratchadawan

Hi Jane,

There are vintage doily patterns at Knitting and.com that have been revised for modern knitting terms. You may be interested in them.

Ratcha

May 27, 2018
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Doilie instruction
by: Anonymous

Thanks for your comments. The book is knitted lace doilies by Tessa Lorant 1986. I have not been able to figure out. Been knitting for over 40 years and have never been stumped like this. Have tried a few things and up having to back up 4 rows. Will continue to look for an answer.

May 10, 2018
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Knitted Doilies - Instruction
by: Ratchadawan

Hi Jane,

I know that "O" means yarn over or yarn above Needle. I remember at one point I was looking at vintage patterns and came across this O and N things and I thought that was interesting. The rest of them I don't have a clue. Is there any explanation anywhere within this pattern or in a front or back of a book? I would love to know what it mean. Do you have a link of a source that I can take a look at? Would love to help but I can't. Sorry for getting back to you late. I missed your mail and just found it last night.

If anyone can help with this question, please step in.

Thank you for visiting. Have a great one!

Ratcha

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