The essential building block of a knitted lace fabric is a 1 or 2 stitch decrease accompanied by a yarn over (an eyelet hole) to replace the stitch(es) lost in the decrease. The essential structure of hole and decrease can be arranged in various ways in pattern shapes, usually, but not always, geometrically based in order to create fabrics which are visually pleasing. Often, there is an attractive textural feature as well.
See our yarns: Extrafine Merino - Cotton: Perlé
Best yarn to combine the soft halo of super kid mohair with the vibrant shine of silk in one incredible yarn that is loved by knitters the world over.
Vivienne can be used with a variety of needle sizes to create different effects and styles, and is a firm favourite with lace fans.
Warm and soft mohair knitting yarn. – 70% pure mohair-30% pure silk.
Gauge 22.0 to 20 sts = 4 inches.
A soft, shiny yarn, elegant, a perfect winter yarn!
Our knitting patterns: CHARLENE - CHARLIE
Lace stitches in vidéos: Point dentelle croisés et ajourés -
Lace st for a shawl