Knitting

Circle of Love Lace Doily

With less than 30 rows and enough symmetry in the pattern not to be overwhelming, the 12 of Hearts lace doily is both a good introduction to lace knitting and is small enough to take as a vacation project. Resting rows provide structure, and the opportunity to assess the pattern.

Needles: Chiagoo US 4 (3.5 mm), 24” (60 cm) circular (1 for Magic Loop OR 2 for Knitting in the round) OR dpns
Yarn: Chick Ashby, First Blush (100% Grade A Mulberry Silk), 463 yds, 100g: kitted to 77 yds, 16g. (Estimated usage is 9g)

Or Yarn and Needles of Knitter’s Choice

PDF of Pattern Circle of Love and support video


Rejoice! He is risen!

This Easter Cross pattern has surface patterning encircling the center of the cross, and grounds the cross itself. A section of 1 by 1 cabled stitches, alternating on every row, represents the crown of thorns and a section of a yarn over variation creates a netting representing the Fisher of Men, edges the project. Six different stitch patterns and several different methods for decreases make up this small project; but patience is rewarded. This is a skill building project.

PDF of Pattern Rejoice! He is risen! and support video.