A fairly easy and very stretchy bind-off that is great for 1×1 rib. You will not be disappointed with its stretch or sturdiness. Leaves a visible edge.
An advanced lace pattern to go with the Winter Waterfall sweater. Charted and knit in the round, this pattern has a small repeat but the BOR changes every round. Challenging but worthwhile.
Lace AbbreviationsK – Knit
K2tog – Knit 2 Together
K2togtbl – Knit 2 Together Through the Back Loops
KFB – Knit Front and Back
M1 – Make One
M1L – Make One Left
M1R – Make One Right
P – Purl
P2tog – Purl 2 Together
PFB – Purl Front and Back
PM – Place Marker
PSSO – Pass Slipped Stitch Over
Rep From * – Go back to the * and repeat. As in “K5, *(P2, K5), rep from * to end.”
Rnd(s) – Round(s) – row(s) of round knitting
S2KP – Slip 2, Knit, Pass
SKP – Slip, Knit, Pass
SM – Slip marker
SSK – Slip, Slip, Knit
St St – Stockinette Stitch
Sts – Stitches
YO – Yarnover
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