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Wednesday, 12 August 2015

lazy patterns' saga - quad_24

It's continuing the saga of my lazy way to share patterns!

Here it is the stitches' count for the square that's named "quad_24". Still in reserch of something to be used for a wedding rings' pillow, I've tatted again that square. I had forgot how it's easy to make mistakes with everything connected to the "mystery doily"! The first square I've tatted is a mess, no pictures, actually it wasn't tatting but a waltzer: two steps forward, one step back, retrotatting. I've not finished one after two hours!


A better photo than this one, it is in the set " granny squares" in flickr.

All short chains between rings are 3 ds. All little rings are 3-3-3-3, big rings are 9-5-9.
All long "S" chains are:
- coming from internal cluster of ring: 6ds, join to previous "S" chain, 6ds, normal picot, 6ds, lock join to last picot of previous ring, , reverse work, 3ds, normal picot, 7ds.
- coming from outside to internal cluster of rings: 7ds, join to previous "S" chain,3 ds, leave space for a picot, first half of ds, 1ds, reverse work, adjust last ds and do 5ds more, join to last picot of previous ring, 6ds, normal picot, 6ds.

Ciao,
Ninetta

7 comments:

  1. .... and my indolence to read instructions continues as well ;-P

    The square looks nice though , and grazie per aver condiviso :-)

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  2. omg, Ninetta !!! You have such an awesome, varied collection of your granny's squares ! Some day I will get around to making them all :-)

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  3. Really nice looking and great to put down counts for us, I hope to tat so many things, this is another one :)

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  4. WHAT is a “waizer?” : O

    I really like this square... Great little pattern. : )

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    1. Ops! Waltzer! It was a mix of waltzer and "valzer" lol!

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Thank you very much for all your nice comments.

Ciao
Ninetta