Sharks Tooth Edging

Knitting Lace Edges Pattern
above: Shark's Tooth Edging below: Cockleshell Edging

Here is a beautiful bold pattern with long points supported by two rows of simple faggoting. It is very good for novelty blouses and sweaters, lace mats, lace aprons, or slip hems.

Cast on 8 sts and knit one row.

Row I—SI 1, kl, (yo, k2 tog) twice, yo, k2. Row 2—K2, yo, k2, (yo, k2 tog) twice, kl. Row 3—SI I, kl, (yo, k2 tog) twice, k2, yo, k2. Row 4—K2, yo, k4, (yo, k2 tog) twice, kl. Row 5—SI 1. kl, (yo, k2 tog) twice, k4, yo. k2. Row 6—K.2, yo, k6, (yo, k2 tog) twice, kl. Row 7—SI 1, kl, (yo, k2 tog) twice, k6, yo, k2. Row 8—K2, yo, k8, (yo, k2 tog) twice, kl. Row 9—SI 1, kl, (yo, k2 tog) twice, k8, yo, k2. Row 10—K2, yo, klO, (yo, k2 tog) twice, kl. Row 1 I—SI 1, kl, (yo, k2 tog) twice, klO, yo, k2. Row 12—Bind off 11 sts, k2, (yo, k2 tog) twice, kl.

Repeat Rows 1-12.

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  • Pandora Gaukrogers
    How to lace a sharkstooth?
    5 years ago
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    How to knit shark's tooth edge?
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