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Ribbed Lace Bolero



This Ribbed Lace Bolero is a dainty shrug, even though it's made with worsted weight yarn. It's a simple knitting pattern with no complicated shaping making it easy to customize fit. It looks great over a tank top or sundress.

Ribbed Lace Bolero
Ribbed Lace Bolero
This image courtesy of 10 Feet High


Knitting Needle Size: 8 or 5 mm, 10.5 or 6.5 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Aug 16, 2014

Dear Kelly,br /br /how do I make p1, p1 into first yo, pi into the back of the second yo, p1?br /br /I am Kezia Leliana from Indonesia, I am just learn to knit and want to make ribed lace bolero for my /br /In the pattern stated easy and I like the model so I'll make it, but now I can't make any further step, as I do not know how to make /br /could you please kindly teach me?br /br /Thank you, looking forward to hearing from /br /Warmest regards,br /Kezia Lelianabr


Aug 16, 2014

Dear Kelly,br /br /I am Kezia Leliana from Surabaya /br /I just learn how to knit, like your pattern and it stated in the pattern easy, so want to make it for my /br /But now I can go any further as I do not know how to make p1, p1 into first yi, p1 into the back of the second yo, p1br /br /Could you please kindly teach me how to make it?br /br /Thank you in /br /Warmest regards,br /Kezia Lelianabr /


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Oct 8, 2013

I cant save this pattern .


Jun 22, 2012

OOOOOHHHH beautiful! I love this one, just an amazing shrug... who ever creat this, you did a wonderful job... thank you for sharing.. I mean so much...I love shrug.


Jun 22, 2012

I would have used 36 pieces of paper to copy this pattern. Isn't there a more user friendly way to copy it? Thanks...Love the pattern...Carol


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