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Name That Stitch Pattern: have you seen it before?

This is a ground pattern based on a standard sequence that’s often seen in laceā€”Barbara Walker remarks upon it. I don’t remember seeing this exact version before, though I have seen one called Alternating Feather that repeats Rows 1&2 several times, and then Rows 3&4 several times. 187 more words


Megabat: a free lace knitting stitch pattern (Fruitbat variation)

I love the way Fruitbat came out, but I couldn’t help playing with it. This version of it isn’t secret code anymore (because of the particular way I messed with the relative locations of the yarnovers and changed which was row 1), but I love it too, in a different way. 709 more words


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Hello everybody,

Thank you so much for looking at my tribute to Wink. I hope her mandala designs are starting to fly off your hooks … there has been an amazing online response to the loss of such a talented designer. 453 more words


Fruitbat encoded as a chart for use in any craft that uses a grid for layout

Earlier today I posted a lace knitting chart for fruitbat. Here’s a chart that can be used for any craft – quilting, cross stitch, crochet, needlepoint, colorwork in knitting… the sky’s the limit. 15 more words

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Fruitbat: a free lace knitting stitch pattern.

As many of you know, each month my Patreon supportersĀ  suggest words for me to encode; I usually choose one randomly and then post the resulting stitch pattern on the first of the month. 597 more words


Happy Tau Day!

Just for the fun of it, I’m going to post occasional stitch patterns in honor of geeky days on the calendar.

So what is Tau Day? 563 more words


A frivolous post for a long term project

Here’s the collection of geeky holidays I have so far (thanks in large part to my friends on Google+), starting with the one that’s next to arrive: 312 more words

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