Fancy Victorian Stitch c 1882 1

Fancy stitch pattern from Victorian knitting book How to use Florence Knitting Silk c. 1882

fancy knit stitch victorian

Abbreviations:

k = Knit
s = slip stitch without knitting
tto = thread thrown over as if to purl
n = is to narrow and means to knit two stitches together

Cast on multiples of 10 over 4 needles and is complete in 2 rounds.

After casting on any number of stitches divisible by 10, knit one round plain, then knit pattern as follows:

Round 1: k1, tto, k3, s1, n, pass s over, k3, tto, repeat.

Round 2: Knit

 

 

 

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