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MAD FOR EYELETS

Materials: has reached your preferred length (I


Less than 50g of Bernat Handicrafter prefer 5-6 repeats).
Cotton Next row: Repeat row 7.
Size 4.5mm (US 7)knitting needles: Then: Repeat row 6.
makes a 9" wide cloth, or Then add a 5-row border (rows 1-5 from
Size 3.25 mm (US 3) knitting needles above), and cast off.
(see sample) : makes a 7.5" wide cloth

Instructions:
Cast on 40 sts.
Rows 1, 3 & 5: (k1, p1) across row.
Rows 2 & 4: (p1, k1) across row.
Row 6: (p1, k1)x2, knit across to last 4
sts, (p1, k1)x2.
Row 7: (k1, p1)x2, purl across to last 4
sts, (k1, p1)x2.
Row 8: (p1, k1)x2, (k2tog, yo, k2)
across row to last 4 sts, (p1, k1)x2.
Row 9: as row 7. Edited 2007 August 11.
Row 10: as row 6. You may print a copy of this pattern for your
Row 11: as row 7. personal enjoyment, and make copies for your
Row 12: (p1, k1)x2, (k2, k2tog, yo) friends, as long as this copyright notice is
included. You may not reproduce this pattern
across row to last 4 sts, (p1, k1)x2. Tip: in any publication, nor may you sell it for
be careful with the last yo before the profit without prior permission from the
border, which starts with p1. This is author.
where a stitch can easily be lost, Copyright 2007 June 27.
throwing off the stitch count. It should Designed, knit & photographed by Shirley
Ann Thompson
look as though the yarn was wrapped
over the needle twice (see photo below
for
detail).

Row 13: as row 7.


Rows 6 through 13 form the pattern
stitch. Repeat these 8 rows until the cloth