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Queen Anne's Lace Doily Afghan


Bring a touch of vintage elegance into your home with knit afghan patterns that embody the vision of decor from centuries ago. Start your journey back through time with this intricate Queen Anne's Lace Doily Afghan, which is truly a work of art. Made with fingering weight yarn, this lightweight blanket can easily be used as a decorative table runner or as an accent piece in the living room. While ideal for the intermediate level knitter, you won't regret putting time into this beautiful project.


Knitting Needle Size1 or 2.25 mm

Yarn Weight(1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

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That's such a pretty stitch! The pattern calls for a fine yarn and size 0 needle so this would be fine lace. I love to knit lace and might give this a try on a smaller size to see how it works outm but it would take forever to make a throw. Heavier yarn and needles would make it faster and heavier, but I don't think it would be as pretty.

This pattern is originally for a tidy, also known as an antimacassar, which in the old days was put over the back of a couch both as decoration and to keep it clean. With the fine yarn and open lace work it wouldn't be suitable for an afghan or blanket, so calling it that might confuse some people.

Hi, Just a note from the owner of You'd either need to use a thicker yarn or cast on more stitches to make this into a blanket.

Not even the correct pattern for the title. Gee I wish you people would get it right!! Here is the correct name and link to it.

The names of patterns are frequently changed for the purpose of filing on this site, because they host the links-you my dear are incredibly rude and might have a more enjoyable time if you moved on to a different web site-nobody wants to see comments like yours on here.

My mother knitted this very same baby blanket for my 1st child in 1968, I remember it well. She did it in a blue yarn. When my son had his first child it went to him.


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