Transfer Lace Edgings on the Passap or any machine


This is a hand transferred lace edging done on the passap machine. It can be done on any machine this way. This technique is in a Duet International book No.12, September of 1992. The author is Pat Cook. There are five different lace edgings. In this sample, you do 11 transfers and knit two rows after each transfer. You follow symbols for the transfers. It is slow at first until you start repeating and getting the hang of it. This sample starts with 6 stitches  and increases to 12 stitches at the widest point and then decrease back in. The yarn I used here is Perla. I should have pinned this sample out to see the detail. Along the straight edge, there is a row of eyelets that you could put a small ribbon in.

4 Comments »

  1. Alison Said:

    Very pretty – just what I could use to trim a camisole. How wide did it come out please?

  2. cckittenknits Said:

    Hi Alison, The lace edging is one inch at the widest point. You can use a finer yarn and have it come out even narrower and lacier looking. My edging was sample three and it is the smallest edging of all the samples. I sent it to you and I hope you try it.
    Happy Knitting,
    Carol 🙂

  3. Aaltje Doedens Said:

    I like this lace very much! Could you please send me the instructions?

  4. cckittenknits Said:

    Hi This technique is in a Duet International book No.12, September of 1992. The author is Pat Cook.
    Carol


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