Rtu pmilcrnrufri Jc ninefPBn tflcentury IVrldon a Prorlicai Nrrdlework fhr faff we I knitted ip am s

/fir paffrnu (nu /nnnci* ol iAr/Ji arr dmdai by a stitch mnck cable marking tables ri/i an unryrn number ofstitches a typical nineteenth-crntury technique^ The the/l patterns are knitand-pttrl rthtunn. uith all the decreasing used to sha/)e them nocked in the last rxm of the repeat.

This intermediate ¡fattern wtnild make a beautiful afifhmn. If wtirked in a hrmier-nnjfht cotton or wool. it would be mwr th rev-dim distort*! Bcc«uir (he pattern itself is strong, I nwld surest usin# a fairly- n.irrmv border (sec p\h 144 171J with it. .MtertiathHy. itiu could add arwral mart garter ¿tilt he* to the outside cdjfe of the first ami last strip and also add a narrow garier-atitch bwnirr to the top and bottom of the counterpane*

Special Instnwfmriv

Ft*u |Aif<rrri is actually dtfjermt intern* wvifint in nMrt/Kfinrnin ftw ¿hell ¡hifirm ¿1 wrorked on M stitches* the cahlr ¡hittern. on IS stitches. The sample U *orkrd an H$ jlrfr/im * futfims a/iWJL t able, shell. There are no extra border stitrhc* included in the directions.

Abbresiatnt Pattern* 01 ami #2 are uorked nn the 15 stitches of the cable panern as fcAkmrs:

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