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Strip number 2


I have found that it is important when you are making lace strips or squares that you add a firmer stitch next to it so keep the shape. This strip is a great example.

Abreviations

yfwd- bring the yarn to the front of your work between the two needles and take it over the top of your right needle (you have made a stitch) and your yarn should be back ready to knit the next stitch



CAST on 36 sts

knit 4 rows (this is the base edge of your work and only knit once)

Row 1 (wrong side of work) -k2, purl to last 2 sts, k2

Row 2 - k3, *yfwd, k2, pass yfwd over the k2* repeat *-* until last 3 sts, k3

repeat rows 1 - 2 until your work measures 40" or required size

Knit 3 rows - cast off





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