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Ribbed Lace Bolero

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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

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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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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 daughter.br /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 it.br /br /could you please kindly teach me?br /br /Thank you, looking forward to hearing from you.br /br /Warmest regards,br /Kezia Lelianabr

Hi Kezialm 8279486, If you're trying to contact the designer of this pattern, we suggest leaving a comment on her blog, as she will not be notified of comments left on this page. Please click on the pattern link and find the section to leave a comment on her page. Hope this helps! -Editors of AllFreeKnitting

Dear Kelly,br /br /I am Kezia Leliana from Surabaya Indonesia.br /br /I just learn how to knit, like your pattern and it stated in the pattern easy, so want to make it for my daughter.br /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 advance.br /br /Warmest regards,br /Kezia Lelianabr /

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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.

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

If you highlight just the pattern & copy to something like "Notepad" it will print out at less than one 8" x 10" sheet of paper. I copy the photos and print on back of pattern. Hope this helps

when you go to "print" it should put you into "print preview" check which pages you want, where it says "print all" go to the next box down and tell your printer to print the pages you want-ex. print pages 1-2 or page 1-the printer will only print the pages you allow it to. Hope this helps.

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