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The Mystery Blanket Challenge Square Nine: Simple Lace Stitch
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The Mystery Blanket Challenge Square Nine: Simple Lace Stitch

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Rosie Fletcher
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Lace knitting often sounds daunting to newer knitters but it doesn’t have to be complicated, as this gorgeous stitch pattern proves. In this week’s blanket square Rosie demonstrates a simple repeat design to create a lacework effect reminiscent of flowers – it’s the perfect way to practise the technique without committing to a larger make.

When knitting lacework, you’ll often be instructed to ‘block’ the knitting once you’ve finished – this involves gently wetting or washing the work, then carefully pinning it out to its final shape and size. Doing this stretches and evens out the stitches – it can help give any project a neat, professional finish and for lacework it’s almost essential.


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