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arisaig lace – written directions

by ysoldateague September 11, 2005

I’ve had a few requests for the chart for arisaig to be written out – so here you go.
When working increases or decreases to shape pieces that are worked in Lace Pattern, be sure that every increase (yo) within the Lace Pattern is balanced by a corresponding decrease, and vice versa. It may be necessary at some points to work some stitches in stockinette st until sufficient stitches have been increased or decreased to keep the pattern balanced.

Row 1: (k4, yo, ssk, k6, yo, ssk, k2) rep to end
Row 2 and all following even rows: purl
Row 3: (k2, k2tog, yo, k1, yo, ssk, k3, k2tog, yo, k1, yo, ssk, k1) rep to end
Row 5: (k1, k2tog, yo, k3, yo, ssk, k1, k2tog, yo, k3, yo, ssk) rep to end
Row 7: (k3, yo, s1, k2tog, psso, yo, k5, yo, s1, k2tog, psso, yo, k2) rep to end
Row 9: (yo, ssk, k6) rep to end
Row 11: (k1, yo, ssk, k3, k2tog, yo, k1, yo, ssk, k3, k2tog, yo) rep to end
Row 13: (k2, yo, ssk, k1, k2tog, yo, k3, yo, ssk, k1, k2tog, yo, k1) rep to end
Row 15: (s1, k2tog, psso, yo, k5, yo,s1, k2tog, psso, yo, k5, yo) rep to end

Repeat rows 1 to 16 for length of lace section.

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