Knitting Stitch #18

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Just gorgeous lace knitting stitch, looks like dancing feathers, stitch requires some concentration but it’s worth a try, I will love to use this stitch for a shawl!

Before to continue I would like to invite you to be part of my new project trough my first Kickstarter, help me make this project, Andina Knitting Project Bags, made with Llicllia, colorful wool fabric used by mothers to carry their babies in the Peruvian Andes, want to know what is LLicllia?

The Lliclla is a colorful cloak of the Peruvian mothers who carry lives. The llicllas represent the thriving, hard-working and migrant Peruvian women from the Sierra del Perú. The mothers carry their children in the blankets every day and go to work. Many of them – if not all – have been loaded in the same way and this tradition goes back generations. However, not all of them use these blankets to carry their children, they also carry their work implement.
But the LLiclla is more than that, is a magical connection between mothers and babies

My Kickstarter Campaign have rewards that include Hand Dyed Yarns and Ebook Patterns, you will choose the patterns you want to include on your Ebook or Ebooks!
You can find the Campaign HERE

Now let’s start learning our new knitting stitch!

Categorie: Lace Stitch

Yarn used to make this swatch

Liliacraftparty Hand Dyed Merino Sock weight yarn / Yarn available at

Needles Size: 3.25mm

Number of stitches:
To make this knitting stitch you need multiple of 11 + 1

Swatch :To make this swatch, CO 49 sts. This include 2 sts border each side

Knitting abbreviations:

k: knit | p: purl | yo: yarn over | ssk: slip 1 stitch, slip next stitch, knit two together through the back loop (decrease) | k2tog: knit 2 sts together


Row 1 (WS) and all Odd rows: k2, k1, *p10, k1, repeat from* to last 2 sts, k2

Row 2 (RS): k2, p1, *k10, p1, repeat from* to last 2 sts, k2

Row 4: k2, p1, *k10, p1, repeat from* to last 2 sts, k2

Row 6: k2, p1, * k1, (yo, k1)3 times, (ssk)3 times, p1, repeat from* to last 2 sts, k2

Row 8: k2, p1, *k1, (k1, yo)3 times, (ssk)3 times, p1, repeat from* to last 2 sts, k2

Row 10: repeat row 6

Row 12: repeat row 8

Row 14: repeat row 6

Row 16: k2, p1, *k10, p1, repeat from* to last 2 sts, k2

Row 18: k2, p1, *k10, p1, repeat from* to last 2 sts, k2

Row 20: k2, p1, *(k2tog)3 times, (k1, yo)3 times, k1, p1, repeat from* to last 2 sts, k2

Row 22: k2, p1, (k2tog)3 times, (yo, k1)3 times, k1, p1, repeat from* to last 2 sts, k2

Row 24: repeat row 20

Row 26: repeat row 22

Row 28: repeat row 20

Repeat row 1 to 29

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I hope you use this pretty Knitting Stitch to make beautiful projects!
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Lilia Vanini is a knitwear and crochet designer, indie hand dyer yarn and crafter of gorgeous handmade knitting project bags. She writes patterns for all ages and seasons, thinking in functionality, beauty and elegance. Lilia Vanini always encourages all beginners to learn and firmly believes that part of her work is to let people know the wide variety of knitting benefits for the mind and body. Born in Perú, she lives now in Venice Italy with her husband and travel around the word teaching and enjoying the beautiful global knitting community. See her full patterns selection at: Ravelry and Etsy / Liliacraftparty You can contact her at
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