Snowflake Eyelet

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Yarn: Elann Peruvian Uros Aran
WPI: 8
Needles: 5mm (US 8)
Gauge: 4.5 sts per inch over pattern, blocked
Pattern: Snowflake Eyelet
Stitch Count Repeat: Multiple of 8 sts
Book: A Second Treasury of Knitting Patterns
Page: 248

Knit by: SabrinaKnits

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Totem Pole

Totem Pole

Yarn: Cascade 220, yellow
Needles: US #6/4mm KnitPicks Options
Gauge: 4.5 st/inch after blocking
Pattern: Totem Pole
Stitch Count Repeat: Panel of 16 stitches
Book: A Second Treasury of Knitting Patterns
Page: 254
Knit by: Emilee

Note: This swatch shows two horizontal repeats and four vertical repeats.

Tunnel Eyelet

Tunnel Eyelet

 

Yarn: Sugar and Cream Cotton
Needles: US 8, bamboo
Gauge: 16 stitches and 20 rows over 4 inches
Pattern: Tunnel Eyelet
Stitch Count Repeat: Multiple of 12 stitches
Book: A Second Treasury of Knitting Patterns
Page: 249

Knit by: shb1

It is difficult to see the texture of this swatch. The eyelets are much denser than the purl fabric.

This a Purl Fabric Eyelet, along with Eiffel Tower and Stirrup.

Stirrup Eyelet

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Yarn: Sugar and Cream Cotton
Needles: US 8, bamboo
Gauge: 16 stitches and 20 rows over 4 inches
Pattern: Stirrup Eyelet
Stitch Count Repeat: Multiple of 4 sts
Book: A Second Treasury of Knitting Patterns
Page: 249

Knit by: shb1

This is the second Purl-Fabric Eyelet. See also, the Eiffel Tower Eyelet, and Tunnel Eyelet

Eiffel Tower Eyelet

Eiffel Tower Eyelet

Yarn: Sugar and Cream Cotton
Needles: US 8 Bamboo
Gauge: 16 stitches and 20 rows over 4 inches
Pattern: Purl Fabric Eyelets: Eiffel Tower Eyelet
Stitch Count Repeat: Multiple of 6 sts
Book: A Second Treasury of Knitting Patterns
Page: 248

Knit by: shb1

Faun’s Eyes

Faun's Eyes Blocked

Yarn: Vintage Coats & Clarks Red Heart Super Fine Fingering 3 Ply
Wraps Per Inch: 14 wpi
Needles: Bryspun Size 6US(4 mm)
Gauge: 29 stitches and 36 rows to 4″/10 cm over St st
Pattern: Faun’s Eyes
Stitch Count Repeat: Multiple of 12 sts
Book: A Second Treasury of Knitting Patterns
Page: 253
Notes: Rows 6, 7, and 8 end with fewer stitches than a regular multiple — if you come up short at the end of a row, check the pattern description. Walker notes that this design was contributed by Hildegard M. Elsner of Aldan, Pennsylvania.

Knit by: Patty
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