Lace Arrowhead Throw


This lightweight Lace Arrowhead Throw is calling your name. Worked in a single color, this easy knit afghan is a great four-row pattern that you can use to develop your lace knitting skills. You'll also love having it draped over a chair or gracing your bed.


Knitting Needle Size10 or 6 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

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

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I made this throw for a Christmas gift for my relatives. I made it in a dark forest green to coordinate with their living room colors, and I actually didnt block it because it looked very nice when it was finished. I was very happy to give it to them and the liked it a lot!

Looking forward to making this lovely throw. It looks like the perfect knit in the car project as we will be traveling a bit this summer. I might even buy a little more yarn and make it bigger. The pattern seems clear and once a few rows are done it will move along nicely.

I have started this throw several times and can't get past Row 3 and keep the 151 stitches. Is there a star missing and I don't know what 2 stars means. Can anyone help?

I know this is old, and I hope you figured it out, but I'll answer anyway. The pattern can be a little confusing if you're not use to that type of sequence, but the increasea and the decreases do match, so the stitch count should stay the same. It might be worth practicing with scrap yarn for awhile before getting into it. The means the same as one and I'm not sure why she used it, but just follow the pattern as it's written and it comes out fine.


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