The lace accents on the Lake Knit Overall Pattern is just so dainty. This can also be done for the boys as well with a simpler fabric accent. The lace knit bonnet tops of the set.
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10 (US) / 6.0 mm Double Pointed Needles (DPN) or Circular Needles for Magic Loop (US 10)
10 (US) / 6.0 mm Straight Needles
1.5mm Hook, or hook to obtain gauge
Mesh Lace Trim
Lace Trim: Approx. 4 inches by 4 inches.
I found the lace trim in this pattern at Hobby Lobby for around 3.99/yard. Many major craft stores sell mesh lace trim that is 3 ½ inches in width or wider. It’s important to use the mesh lace so your crochet hook can work through the small holes to attach the yarn to the trim.
Patons Lace- Vintage Antique or 2 weight
140 – 150 yards (128 – 137 m)
CO- cast on
k2tog- knit two together
yo- yarn over
m1R- make one right
m1L- make one left
psso- pass slip stitch over
18 stitches x 22 rows= 4 inches x 4 inches
Measurements laid flat: Length= 13 inches, Width= 7 inches
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