This pretty braided openwork lace knitting stitch pattern is relatively subtle as laces go. Once you have mastered the two main decreases (k2tog and sl1, k1, psso) you will find it very easy to do and I thinkyou will agree that the end result is rather effective. It is knitted over a multiple of 2 stitches (so any even number really) and is a 4 row repeating pattern.
Assumed learning for this stitch pattern includes:
Instructions for the Braided Openwork Lace Knitting Stitch Pattern
This pretty little all over lace pattern repeats the pattern as given below over any multiple of 2 stitches and 4 rows.
1st row (wrong side) : Purl all stitches. 2nd and every alt row (right side): K1,*(sl1 1,k1,psso), M1; repeat from * to end of row. 3rd row: Purl all stitches. 4th row: K1,*M1, k2tog; repeat from * to end of row.
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