Bath Bonier

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Special Instructions:

API Abbreviated pattern #1 is worked as follows: Sip, K3, O, LRD, PI.

Cast on 27 stitches.

Row 1: Blp, P2, K15, P2, K7. Row 2: API, K2, O, P2tog, P10, Kl, O, LRD, K4. Row 3: Bl, K17, P3, K7. Row 4: API, K3, O, P2tog, P9, Kl, O, LRD, P5. Row 5t Blp, P4, K13, P4, K7. Row 6: API, K4, O, P2tog, P8, Kl, O, LRD, K6. Row 7: Bl, K17, P5, K7. Row 8: API, K5, O, P2tog, P7, Kl, O, LRD, P7. Row !k Blp, P6, Kll, P6, K7. Row 10: API, K6, O, P2tog, P6, Kl, O, LRD, K8. Row 11: Bl, K17, P7, K7. Row 12: API, K7, O, P2tog, P5, Kl, O, LRD, P9. Row 13: Blp, P8, K9, P8, K7. Row 14: API, K8, O, P2tog, P4, Kl, O, LRD, K10. Row 15: Bl, K17, P9, K7. Row 16: API, K9, O, P2tog, P3, Kl, O, LRD, Pll.

Row 18: API, K10, O, P2tog, P2, Kl, O, LRD, K12. Row 19: LRD, K16, Pll, K7. Row 2th Repeat Row 16. Row 21: P2tog, P9, K7, P10, K7. Row 22: Repeat Row 14. Row 23: LRD, K16, P9, K7. Row 24: Repeat Row 12. Row 25: P2tog, P7, K9, P8, K7. Row 26: Repeat Row 10. Row 27: LRD, K16, P7, K7. Row 28: Repeat Row 8. Ron' 2fk PZtog, P5, Kll, P6, K7. Row 30: Repeat Row 6. Row 31: LRD, K16, P5, K7. Row 32a Repeat Row 4. Row 33: P2tog, P3, K13, P4, K7. Row 34: Repeat Row 2. Row 35: LRD, K16, P3, K7. Row 36: API, Kl, O, P2tog, Pll, Kl, O, LRD, P3.

Repeat rows 1-36 for desired length.

The Bath Border (shown half-size) was worked with the same yarn and needles as the main unit.

Cast on 1 stitch.

Rows 4-12: Continue as established, knitting all stitches and working the bar increase at the end of the row (13 stitches at the end of Row 12).

Bobble, Bl.

Row 53: Cast off.

Four units of the Bath Pattern assembled into a square.

Grandmother Anderson's Pattern

Free Knitting Counterpane Patterns

Grandmother Anderson's Pattern (shown half-size) was worked with cotton carpet warp on size 1 needles.

This pattern is from a counterpane belonging to our family friend Mary Elizabeth Allen. It was knit by her grandmother in Canton, Mississippi, around the time of the Civil War. I have also seen examples of counterpanes using this well-known pattern or a variation on it at the Landsmuseum in Zurich, Switzerland, and at Como, a historical restoration near Melbourne, Australia.

Worked on two needles, this intermediate pattern starts with the raised-leaf pattern set on a reverse stockinette ground. Two rows of decorative eyelets introduce the central embossed area of the pattern, which uses the extra cast-on stitches as the foundation for a field of bells. The border repeats the first 40 rows of the main pattern and then can be completed with a tied tassel at the top and bottom points of the edging (see p. 150). You might also want to use the Purse and Garter-Stitch Insert pattern on p. 156 before working the border, as I have seen done in a counterpane similar to this one.

Cast on 2 stitches.

Row 3! O, (Kl, 0)2x, K2. Row 4: O. K2, P3, K2. Ho» 3: O, Kl, PI, K1. IO, K1I2X, P3.

Ho» CS O, K3. P5, K3. Row 7: O, Kl, P2, K2, O, Kl, 0, K2, P4.

Ho» 8: O, K4. P7, K4. Ho» * O, Kl, P3, K3. O, Kl, 0. K3, P5.

Ho» 16! O, K8, Pli, K8. Ho» 17: O, Kl, P7, R1.D, K7, LRD, P9.

Ho» 18: O, K9. P9, K9. How 19! O, Kl. P8, RLD, KS, LRD, P10.

Ho» 20! O, K10, P7, K10. Row 21: O, Kl. P9, RLD, K3, LRD, Pli.

P13.

Row 2& O, K27. Ho» 27: O, Kl, P27 Ho» 2& O. K29. Ho»' 29! O, Kl, P29. Htm 30: O, Kl, P30 Row 31: O, K32. Row 32: O, Kl, P32. Row 33: O, Kl, (O, LRDI16X, Kl. Ho» 34:0, Kl, P34. Ho» 35: O, K36.

Row 36: O, Kl, P36. Row 37: O, Kl, P37. Row 38: O, K39. Rttw 3» O, Kl, P39. Row 4tk O. P41. Ko» 41: O, K42. Row 42: O, P43. How 43: O, Kl, (O, LRDI21X, Kl. Row 44: O, P4S. How 45: O, K46. Ho» 46: O, P47 Ho» 47: O, Kl. P2, LCOS, (P4, LC05I10X. PS. Ho»- 4Ä- O, K5, P5, IK4, PSIlOx, K4.

How 4tk O, Kl. P3, "RLD. Kl, LRD', (P4, •-•IlOx, P6. Ho» 50: O, K6. P3, IK4, P3I10X, K5

Row 52: O, K6, LRD, IK3. LRDIlOx, K6. How 53: O, Kl, P53. Ho» 54: O, K55. Ho»- 55: O, Kl. (P4. LC05I12X, P7. Row 56: O. K7, PS. (K4. P5I11X. K6.

Row 57: O. Kl. P5, "RLD, Kl, LRD-, (P4, •-•lllx, P8. How 58: O, K8. P3, IK4, P3I1 lx. K7.

LRDIllx, K7.

IP4, LC05I12X. P9.

P5I12X. K8.

Ho» 65: O, Kl. P7, 'RLD, Kl, LRD', IP4, *-')12x, P10

Row «ti O. KIO, P3, IK4,

Ho» 83: O. LRD. K74, LRD,

P3I12X, K9.

Kl.

Ho» 67: O, Kl. P8, D3, (P4,

Row 81: IO. P2togl39x.

D3I12X, PU

How 85: O, LRD, K73, LRD,

Htm 68: O, KIO, LRD, IK3.

Kl.

LRD)12x, KIO.

How 86: O. P2tog, P72,

Row 6»: O, Kl, P69.

P2tog, PI.

How 7tk O, K71.

Hon 87: O, LRD. K71, LRD. Kl.

Row 71: O, Kl, P71.

How 88: O. LRD. K70. LRD.

Row 72: O, Kl, P72.

Kl.

Row 73: O. K74.

Row 81k O, P2tog P13,

Row 74: O, Kl. (O,

CK1, O. Kl, O, Kl', P7I4X, '-',

P2tog)37x.

P13, P2tog PI.

How 75: O, K76.

How Utk O, LRD. K13, (PS,

How 76: O, Kl, P76.

K7I4X, P5, K12, LRD, Kl

Htm 77: O. K78.

Row ill; O, P2tog, P12,

How 78: O, K79.

CK2. O, Kl, O, K2*. P7I4X, '•',

Htm 7ik O. Kl, P79

P12, P2tog, PI.

How 81k O, K78. I.RD. Kl

Row 1)2: O, LRD, K12, (P7.

Rtm 81: O. LRD. K76, LRD.

K7I4X, P7, Kll. I.RD, Kl.

Kl

Row 513: O, P2tog, Pll,

Row 82: O, P2tog. P75,

CK3, O. Kl, O, K3\ P714X, '-',

P2tog, PI.

Pll, P2tog PI.

pour units of the pattern assembled into a square.

62 Embossed Patterns

Row 94: O, LRD, Kll, (P9, K7)4x, P9, K10, LRD, Kl. How 95: O, P2tog, P10, CK4, O, Kl, O, K4*, P7)4x, *-*, P10, P2tog, PI. now 06: O, LRD, K10, (Pll, K7)4x, Pll, K9, LRD, Kl. now 97: O, P2tog, P9, l*K5, O, Kl, O, K5*, P7)4x, *-*, P9, P2tog, PI.

How 98: O, LRD, K9, (P13, K7I4X, P13, K8, LRD, Kl. Hon 99: O, P2tog, P8, CK6, O, Kl, O, K6*, P7)4x, '-*, P8, P2tog, PI.

Row 100: O, LRD, K8, (PIS, K7)5x, LRD, Kl. Row 101: O, P2tog, P7, IRLD, Kll, LRD, P7)5x, P21og, PI.

Row 102: O, LRD, K7, (P13, K7)4x, P13, K6, LRD, Kl. Row 103: O, P2tog, P6, CRLD, K9, LRD', P7I4X, *-*, P6, P2tog, PI.

Row 104: O, LRD, K6, (Pll, K7)4x, Pll, KS, LRD, Kl. «oh- 105: O, P2tog, P5, CRLD, K7, LRD*, P7)4x, *-*, PS, P2tog, PI.

Row UHi: O, LRD, K5, (P9, K7)4x, P9, K4, LRD, Kl. Row 107: O, P2tog, P4, CRLD, KS, LRD', P7)4x, *-", P4, P2tog, PI.

Row I OH: O, LRD, K4, (P7, K7)4x, P7, K3, LRD, Kl. Row 10H: O, P2tog, P3, CRLD, K3, LRD*, P7)4x, *-*, P3, P2tog, PI.

Row 110: O, LRD, K3, (P5, K7)4x, PS, K2, LRD, Kl. Row 111: O, P2tog, P2, CRLD, Kl, LRD*, P7I4X, *-*, P2, P2tog, PI.

Row 112: O, LRD, K2, (P3, K7)4x, P3, Kl, LRD, Kl. Row 113: O, P2tog, PI, (D3, P7)4x, D3, PI, P2tog, PI.

Row 117: (O, LRD)18x. Row 118: O, P2tog, P31, P2tog, PI.

Row 127: (O, LRDI13X, Kl. Row 128: O, P2tog, P22, P2tog, PI.

Row 131: O, P2tog, (P4, LC05)4x, P3, P2tog, PI. Row 132: O, LRD, K3, (P5, K4)3x, P5, K3, LRD, Kl. Row 133: O, P2tog, P3, CRLD, Kl, LRD*, P4)3x, *-*, P2, P2tog, PI.

Row 134: O, LRD, K2, (P3, K4)3x, P3, K2, LRD, Kl. Row 135: O, P2tog, P2, (D3, P4)3x, D3, PI, P2tog, PI. Row 136: O, LRD, Kl, (LRD, K3)3x, (LRD)2x, Kl. Row 137: O, P2tog, P3, (LC05, P4)2x, LCOS, P2, P2tog, PI.

Row 138: O, LRD, K2, (PS, K4)2x, P5, K2, LRD, Kl. Row 139: O, P2tog, P2, CRLD, Kl, LRD*, P4)2x, *-*, PI, P2tog, PI.

Row 140: O, LRD, Kl, (P3, K4)2x, P3, Kl, LRD, Kl. floii' 141: O, P2tog, PI, (D3, P4)2x, D3, P2tog, PI. Row 142: O, LRD, (LRD, K3)2x, (LRDI2X. Ko»v 143: O, P2tog, P2, LC05, P4, LC05, PI, P2tog, PI. Row 144: O, LRD, Kl, P5, K4, P5, Kl, LRD, Kl. Row 145: O, P2tog, PI, *RLD, Kl, LRD*, P4, *-*, P2tog, PI.

Row 149: O, P2tog, P2, LCOS, PI, P2tog, PI. Row 150: O, LRD, Kl, P5, Kl, LRD, Kl. Row 151: O, P2tog, PI, RLD, Kl, LRD, P2tog, PI. Row 152: O, LRD, P3, LRD, Kl.

Row 154: ILRDI2X. Row 155: P2tog, fasten off.

Triangle Bonier

Cast on 2 stitches.

Work raws 1-39 of the square pattern (41 stitches).

Cast off knitting.

\l«r*iir»-t Murra)'» Pattern (shown t»»«>-third ttfcel mm »turinl with ibe 3 pvrk* «-oltun on wr i iippíUp».

Melbourne, Australia, boasts a number of Victorian homes called Terrace Houses, which are narrow in width, several stories high and flanked by terraces in front and gardens in back. A resident of one of these wonderful abodes, knitter Margaret Murray, graciously welcomed me into her home during my 1978 Australian sojourn to show me a trio of counterpanes she had made.

One of the spreads was worked in her own variation on an old pattern. To accent the large leaves, I replaced the original reverse stockinette stitch between them with three small leaves. Worked on five needles from the center out, this pattern is for the intermediate knitter.

Special Instructions:

Each line of instruction should be repeated 4 times, once on each needle.

Cast on 8 stitches and distribute evenly on 4 needles. Knit with a 5th needle. Knit 1 round.

Round 1: (O, Kl)2x. Round 2 and all eivn-numbered rounds: Knit unless otherwise indicated.

Round 3: O, K3, O, K1B. Round 5: O, K5, O, K1B. Round 6: (K3. Knob)2x. Hound 7: O, K7, O, Kl. Hound 9e (O, RLD, LRD, O, Kl)2x.

Hound 25: (RLD, K5, O, K3, O, K5, LRD, Pl)2x. Round 27: (RLD, K4, O, K5, O, K4, LRD, Pl)2x. Round 29: (RLD, K3, *0, Kl, O', RLD, Kl, LRD, *-*, K3, LRD, Pll2x.

Hound 31: (RLD, K2, 'O, K3, O*, D3, K2, LRD, Pl)2x. Round 33: I RLD, Kl, O, Kll, O, Kl, LRD, Pl)2x. Hound 35: (RLD, (O, Kl, O, RLD, Kl, LRD)2x, O, Kl, O, LRD, Pl)2x.

Reposition stitches as follows:

Slip first stitch of needle 1 onto needle 4. Move the first stitch from needle 2 to needle 1, the first stitch from needle 3 to needle 2 and the first stitch from needle 4 to needle 3.

lUtund 37: (O, K3, O, D3)6x. Hound 38: Turn work and cast off by knitting from the back.

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